It doesn’t matter if it’s the season for leaf-raking, snow-shoveling or landscaping. An orderly garage should be a year-round life goal.
Put up pegboards and hang every piece of equipment and tool you own.
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You could also use PVC piping.
That will work for smaller storage solutions too.
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Keep loose screws, nails and drill bits together with a piece foam insulation.
Or nail storage jars to the underside of a shelf.
The how-to is here.
Try DIY ceiling storage.
Or if you have the floor space, a simple shelving unit will do.
Up-cycle crates as wall storage.
Hallway lockers = garage storage lockers.
Build a space-saving fold down workbench.
This guy will show you how to do it.
Or if your tools are just for show, buy one.
Or hang them from the ceiling.
Use a shoe organize to keep your paints in order.
Magnetic strips will keep your metal tools and tool accessories easily accessible.
Is tape your go-to fix? Build an industrial dispenser.
Put up some hooks, get a bench, lay down a carpet and bring the mudroom into the garage.
Use a slat wall to hang storage racks and bins.
Keep your garbage bags on a paper towel roll.
Build yourself a screwdriver rack that doubles as a coat rack.
Step-by-step guide here.
Secure your game balls with bungee cords.
Then use a pallet to keep together the rest of your sports equipment.
And finally, a couple pieces of scrap wood is all you need to keep your lawn chairs out of the way during the cooler months.