If the car doesn’t fit, you’ve got some serious decluttering to do.
1. First, pick your preferred storage solution. Slatwall panels offer a clean, minimal aesthetic.
2. Pegboard is another fantastic option, and easier on the wallet.
3. If you’re a renter, choose shelving units that can move with you.
4. Store out-of-season items in clear plastic bins (so you can see what’s inside of them) and slap on some labels.
5. Keep gardening tools firmly in place by installing a wall-mounted rack.
6. Get bicycles off the floor by hanging them vertically.
7. Use an overhead storage rack for bulky items, like suitcases, pet carriers and plastic bins.
8. Add a mesh basket to corral sports balls with ease.
9. Keep muddy boots out of the house with a wall-mounted shoe rack stationed by the door.
10. Avoid tangles by wrapping long cables around hooks and securing them with velcro.
11. Use drawer liners to prevent tools from slipping and sliding.
12. Install a shaker peg rail to keep cleaning supplies out of sight, but always nearby.
13. Reduce visual clutter by opting for closed storage cabinets.
14. Build a workbench on castors that can be carted around when you’re toiling away on a project.
15. Design a personalized landing zone to organize your family’s shoes, coats and backpacks.
16. Make use of every square inch of space with a floating corner shelf.
17. Use a recycled pool noodle to keep fishing rods standing upright.
18. A vinyl lattice panel is perfect for organizing cans of spray paint (an over-the-door shoe organizer works, too).
19. Invest in heavy duty magnetic strips so you can easily access the tools you need.
20. Store car detailing spray bottles on a wall-mounted towel bar.