18 Genius Ways To Organize Your Garage
Get control of your gargage with a few simple organization tricks. These people had enough of out-of-control garages. See their simple solutions to common clutter problems:
Use Bungee Cords to Store balls
This is way better than crates and totes. You can see every ball and reach between the cords to pull out just the one you need.
Use a Magnetic Strip for Drill Bits or Screws
Just like you with kitchen knives you can purchase some inexpensive magnetic strips and use them to organize drill bits or other metal objetcs you want within reach.
Old Tin Cans Make Excellent Organizers
Put all those old coffee cans to good use.
Peg Boards are the ultimate organizer
Pick up beg board at your local home improvement store for just a few bucks. There’s a ton of ways to creatively use peg board to solve organizational problems.
Don’t throw away those plastic jars.
Here’s a clever tutorial here. Showing you how to use them to store nails, screws, etc.
Use Plastic Divider Trays for Small Loose Items
You can find these plastic divider trays for cheap at most home improvement stores.
Old PVC Pipe Is The Perfect Way to Store Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, ETC.
Check out this simple project here.
Crafty Way to Store Storage Tubs for Recycling, Toys or Whatever.
This is so simple two make just wood, screws, measuring tape. Tutorial here.
Build a Simple Bike Rack
When not hung Bikes can take up a ton of storage in garages and sheds. Create your own Bike rack for under $20 with items from Home Depot or Lowes.
Use a paper towel dispenser for large rolls of black garbage bags
Wire Baskets make attractive storage bins putting items within reach
You can find the whiteboard in the racks & shelving section of most home improvement stores.
Corral hard-to-store items
Blogger Pretty Handy Girl shows how simple this is to make.
Create your own jumbo tape organizer dispenser.
My new project for the weekend. Love the hacksaw blade right there to cut the tape with.
Labels are Key
How many times have we looked through box after box wondering which one had the Christmas lights.
Use a Bucket to Store Your Hose and Sprinkler
Why did I never think of this!
Check out these handy cabinets on wheels for all your organizational needs.
Out of Sight Out of Mind
The best place for ladders is overhead. Here’s the tuorial here.
For Lighter Storage Items – Put them Overhead.
Find the tutorial here.