Toys, bikes, junk, tools and more tools; does it looks like your garage? Summer is around the corner and stays in the garage now become more often. The garage space need an interactive session to make it neat and orderly. Are you wondering how to organize your garage in an easy and creative way? If yes, then these ideas are definitely for you. Here I am going to show you some smart tips to organize your garage that worth a try!
Following a tight budget? Don’t want to spend money on organizing the garage, then you must follow this crafty idea. You can recycle all the tin cans from your kitchen to save small items. Mostly small and tiny things that are not used in daily routine can be utilized in those tins safely. Simple hang those tins with a hook on a peg board. I suggest you to start saving those tin cans.
If you simply add some tiles or paint on the wall your garage will look a more organized and cleaned. You can get these floor tiles at a very reasonable price. You can also brighten up the garage by painting the walls with some bright colors. If you have stairs in the garage, you can add a message on each footstep.
Looking for space to adjust for mudroom? The garage would be an ideal space. You can hang your winter coats, umbrellas and hats on hooks throughout the season. Dedicate a little space with a small bench as a shoe cubby. You can also go for a standing closet for coats.
This idea is super creative and especially for those who want to maximize their garage store space. To make the most out of your garage space just get everything off the floor and arrange them in the basket storages. Don’t use your garage as a dumping ground for useless things. Hang them on the side walls. Another trick is to add some gardening supplies and sport equipment tools in those baskets. You can also add multiple baskets and name these baskets with a label. This label will help you to recall what’s in the basket.
Use each wall in a best possible way. Fill the walls with shelves and baskets. You can fill your wall with wall mounted storage. Arrange a pegboard on one wall. You can hang bikes, tools and other equipment on walls to make an excellent use of it. Use the highest spot to save your childhood memorabilia and some old but important documents. You can also put your holiday decorations and some seasonal gears.
Add wooden ceiling shelves or sliding storage tubs, put items that are no longer in use or that are extra. These storage containers are very useful in consuming less space, and you can keep tools and other goodies in these tubs. If you add a tower rack in the corner of the room, it would be a perfect solution for brooms and other long handles items. I hope these few creative tips and tricks will help you to store your stuff in a practical and efficient manner.