Many of us have a garage but, don’t use it to store our car in. The reason? Too much stuff!
Garages often end up neglected messy spaces that accumulate a plethora of items over time. Organizing your garage will not only make it look better it will also enable you to get a lot more use out of it.
For less than $100 in materials, this is an easy DIY project that will make better use of your garages space. Store items in ceiling storage that you don’t use regularly such as holiday decorations. If you’ll be storing heavy items be sure to secure the storage system into the studs.
From garden tools to a ladder there is so much you can store when you have the ability to hang it on the wall. Magnetic wall strips are also a great idea to secure tools with. The best part is you can customize the wall storage to fit your needs.
Install a Workbench
A workbench creates an easy space to work on projects and still keep the garage looking neat and tidy. Short on space? Consider a workbench that can fold up against the wall when you’re not using it.
If you’re constantly shifting the bikes around or worse hitting them with your car door consider creating vertical bike storage. You can also buy hooks (very inexpensive) and hang the bikes from the ceiling. Just make sure the hooks are secure!
Screw / Nail Storage
We’ve all had loose screws and nails rolling around the garage. Save those old gum containers (think Orbit White style containers) and label them for the different nails or screws you have.
Garages are great for many types of storage and with the right systems in place can also be organized and visually appealing. Maximize your space, including the garage to enjoy every asset your home has to offer.