Pegboard Zinc Yellow Strip
We have 3 in stock.
Slovakia - €4,00
Other European orders - €20,00
FREE shipping on Slovakia orders over €100,00
Non-European orders are shipped at a flat rate of €25,00
Wooden pegboard is made out of quality birch plywood, hand-finished. A silky natural-oil finish brings out the wood grain and plywood texture to perfection.
Our ALL IN ONE pegboard includes shelves and pegs that slot into the main board, bringing you numerous storage options. Pegboards are a great solution for your studio, workspace, living room, children’s room or hallway.
What you get:
A main board with solid holes 600 x 600mm. The board is crafted from high-quality 15mm plywood, hand-finished and designed for optimal performance.
Set of 15 straight wooden pegs in a color of your choice. You can design your own customized storage place with them and get the best out of your pegboard.
A pair of durable wooden shelves to store and display your most precious belongings.
Designed by | Zolo KisProduct developer and graphic designer Zolo Kis stands behind a number of interesting projects such as the By Design! Conference or inspiring Design Walks. His name has been for a long time associated with the Milk Studio a creative studio he founded together with Martin Jenca. Having left the realms of advertising, he started to work with wood in 2014. Creating a product that would spark interest in his home country as well as abroad was something he wanted to try for years and so he created Mr. Wood.
“I had never thought about filling a gap in the market. I was just thinking where would I go for something like this, if I wanted it? And I’d found out that there wasn’t anyone making such things. I didn’t have a business plan. I was just furnishing my workshop, doing what I liked and then it evolved somehow. I didn’t spend months surveying, coming to the conclusion that it’s uncharted waters and I hadn’t thought about whether there’s any money in it and how much. I’ve always felt drawn to graphic a type design so I started making letters that would look nice as an object. Later I moved on to wooden posters and opened my eshop, which rises and evolves every day.”