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  • Lauren Love

    All Hung Up garage ideas for organization- I like the bucket to store sprayers inside and hose around

  • Nancy D-M

    Garage organization with or without pegboard. Mount a large bucket to the wall or pegboard to keep the garden hose off the floor and use small bins sideways for items that are not easily hung from hooks (such as gardening gloves and hose nozzles.)

  • Shelly Essex

    Garage storage ideas

  • Kellybell

    Ideas for Garage Organization & Storage Add a bit of color to your garage storage. Paint squares on a pegboard to designate spots for specific items. Hang the pegboard on wall stud and equip it with bins for an innovative storage system. The sideways bins stow often-used accessories that are not easily hung from hooks, such as gardening gloves and hose nozzles. Mount a large bucket to the pegboard for a modern take on a hose reel to boost function.

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Love that spray paint holder! "Everything in Its Place - Simple modifications helped transform a potting bench into a tool bench. Large holes routed into a shelf now offer storage for everyday tools. A metal ruler screwed to the bench top is always ready for a quick measurement. Jars, hooks, and magnetic clips provide easy access to notes, nails, and keys.

Hubby has been talking about hanging storage in the garage... This page has so many ah-ha ideas for all sorts of useful things, it was hard to decide what to pin!

Garden Zone For a multifunction garage, divide the space into zones, designed for different tasks. Transform a simple potting station into the ultimate garden storage center with a few space-saving solutions. Adjustable shelving enables you to customize your space as needed. Here, staggered wire shelves corral pots, seeds, and fertilizers. A neat row of hooks beneath keeps garden tools within reach. Use magnetic message boards to organize garden tips and to-do lists

A layer of chalkboard paint helps the whole family know where garage items are stored.

Streamlined Storage A garage is an optimal place to organize and store not only garage gear but also off-season belongings. This space recruits a variety of storage options, such as a freestanding shelving unit to hold things like cleaning supplies and dog food and a pegboard for tools to maintain a sense of order. A wooden shelf was installed over the door to tuck away seasonal supplies.

Expect more from your garage -- transform a wall into a haven for all of your gardening gear. Customize your storage with adjustable wire shelves suspended above a potting bench. Use small, clear plastic boxes to keep potting materials dry and organized, and hang long-handled tools from inexpensive clips to keep them out from underfoot. bhg.com

They make it look so easy to have an organized garage! I can't wait to paint our garage floor.

I love the shelves the hubby built for the garage, but those deep shelves are not great for the everyday gardening stuff. These would be good to mix in for the small everyday items.

I love the idea of using magnetic strips for quick tool access {no more just throwing them in random workbench piles}!

Attach customizable wall panels to a garage wall and, voila-- you can store hundreds of large and small items in organized fashion. Use open baskets to hold power cords and paper towels, hang rolls of tape from L-shape hooks, and add shelves for paint cans. As a complement to the open storage, introduce a lockable cabinet to hold hazardous chemicals, such as gasoline, oil, and paint thinner.

Hung Up to Dry These general-purpose hooks can secure the most unwieldy tools without consuming too much coveted wall space. Mount hooks to a channeled panel with enough room in between to avoid creating clutter or knocking handles.