cabinets open. Hard to tell on these photos but cabinet opens to reveal 3 storage areas. Each outside door is pegboard on top and shelves at the bottom. Center unit is walled up half way with places to hang on each side and above center divider is shelving. Garages Organic, Storage Area, Storage Cabinets, Tools Scattered, Garage Storage, Diy, Cabinets Open, Storage Ideas, Garages Storage
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Did you know that an average garage has 150 square feet of unused space. Learn how to build a storage system that uses this unused space.
Two Kids, One Closet If kids are sharing the space, label what area belongs to whom. A tall center tower adds shelves and drawers and also divides the hanging space equally for the two brothers. Because no long vertical hanging space was needed (yet), upper and lower rods organize clothes by season.
Storing hoses and cords on thin hooks or nails can cause them to crack or lose their shape. Five-gallon buckets fitted with a scrap of 3/4-in. plywood in the bottom and then screwed to the wall make great multipurpose holders. The plywood can be any shape, but to give it a more finished look, cut a circle slightly smaller than the diameter of the bucket. Stash the sprinkler head inside.
I need something like this for all the craft stuff I have accumulated in my basement. Would be great for pantry too!
Easy Garage Storage Solutions - Four simple DIY projects to help organize your garage. None of these DIY projects take more than four hours to complete. Complete instructions and photos for how to build suspended shelves, a bike lift, a ladder rack and a wheelbarrow holder.
clothing-storage for winter/summer clothes and coats and swimwear and flip flops, fuzzy boots, snuggies, winter blankets, summer blankets, etcs... out of the way and above you... NICE!
This garage wall hanging storage system makes every inch count. You can easily store all kinds of tools, bikes, garden equipment and even add shelves and bins for smaller stuff. It's easy to build with a circular saw, router and drill and is easy to adapt to any garage. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine: December / January 2005
This compact rack is strong and simple to build. You can store shovels, rakes, a sledgehammer—any long-handled tools—conveniently up and out of the way. (This would work so much better than the slim rack I have in my storage shed)