How to build a backpack station


Keeping the school stuff together makes the stress of mornings less for everyone in the family. If you’re looking for storage system for your kid’s backpacks, then this DIY backpack station might interest you!

DIY Backpack Station

This backpack wall is great for those who have limited space in the entryway. Everything is simply hanged and organized while keeping your floor space free. Jackets and umbrellas could be placed here, too. What other things would your kids need before heading out for school?

This project not only provides great storage for your bags and what not, it also serves as a beautiful outfit for a rather dull wall. The long ledge on top allows for a display of family pictures and souvenir items.

With this backpack station, you can have a space-saving storage solution plus a beautiful entryway to welcome anyone entering the house! Could this be your next weekend project?


  • ¾” thick Wood boards (3 and 6 inches wide)
  • Screw-in Hooks
  • Wood Filler
  • Carpenter’s Tape
  • Primer and Paint
  • Chalkboard Paint


  • Drill
  • Saw
  • Tape Measure

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Thanks to Scatter Shot for this great project. You can get step by step instructions here

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