Originally Posted by Terier
If you are able to do a mock model it would be helpful as I'm a visual person.
What I like about this idea is that there's no commitment as with a drill.
I'm the type that likes to play with something to figure out what would work best for me. I'm still playing around with ideas but yours seem to be the front runner because it's something I can do without any worry.
I mocked up the shelves that we used to have. Sorry about the picture quality - best I could do at the moment.
In photo 1, I simply cut two sections of pegboard to fit inside the wrdrobe cabinet. Be sure to keep the same side as bottom on both prices to ensure level alignment of the peg holes.
Photo 2 shows the type of clips I used. I got them at Home Depot. The clips are designed to be held in place by a 1/2" shelf, and have knobs on the back to fit standard pegboard holes.
Photo 3 Shows how the clips are set up on the board inside the cabinet. I was able to support 50 lbs with only 3pegs each side.
Photo 4 shows how the shelves look installed. The shelves lock into the clips, and the shelves also hold the pegboard tight up against the side walls.