I really like at least one wall in a garage covered in this so you can hang things easily. -- Cover unfinished walls with four-by-eight-foot sheets of quarter-inch pegboard ($10 to $15 at home centers) so you can hang tools. If walls are finished with Sheetrock, mount tool racks instead.
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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
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
slatboard I am trying to organize my garage and saw slatboard as a gtreat way to get all my tools and equipment off the floor. I never considered that slatboard would be a great idea for my art /craft studio... You can buy slatboard in large or small pieces and it attaches with a new method using snaps. It also holds all kind of pre-made baskets and shelves.s