Peg rails provide a great place to hang and store items and can be used in any room of the home. These first images show a wonderfully creative corner that forms part of a larger space inspired by harmonious living. Styled beautifully by Pella Hedeby for the recent IKEA Festival in Milan, the room features the metal Falsterbro wall rack with hooks. A clean and contemporary version of the traditional wooden peg rail, it also has a handy shelf for displaying small items.
I really like the idea of placing a peg rail in the bedroom, especially with the added shelf as shown below. My bedside table is never quite big enough for all my books. A DIY job perhaps?
A beautiful Dinesen home photographed by Anders Hviid for Scandinavian Living
Ideal for hanging scarves and coats that you have on current rotation, the peg hooks below are by Norrgavel, a Norwegian brand with several variation on offer.
Utilitarian in nature, peg rails are perfect for kitchens, hallways and laundry rooms, helping to keep floor clutter at bay and everyday items at reach.
Peg Hooks from Father Rabbit
Birch Peg Rail by MUR