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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
Say goodbye to your disorganized tool bench! More ideas for garage organization: www.bhg.com/...
In the Garage. Think Modular. Modular cabinets combine to form a station for gardening and garage work. A floor rack keeps large tools in check, while smaller tools hang from sliding clips on a slatted wall panel. Short cubbies and drawers provide storage for gardening supplies and form a countertop for potting.
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!
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
If your home is overflowing with bags, set up a three-part storage system by the door to your mudroom or garage. First, stuff used plastic bags in a wall holder. Dangle reusable fabric shopping totes from hooks. Finally, fill a wire wall basket with folded paper sacks.
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.
My Hubbys Hobby Corner. A "shed" (room) between the garage and the house with its own backyard entrance that he can potter in. ♥