25 Ways to Organize Your Garage for Fall
Make sure you have enough room in your garage for all of the important stuff (including a car or two) before the snow flies! Check out these great ideas for squeezing more storage into the garage.
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Upgraded Pegboard Garage Storage Wall
This garage organization system is easy to reconfigure as your needs change — so easy you could rearrange it every season. All you have to do is pull out pegs and insert them elsewhere. You can move a shelf in seconds, make a new one in minutes or create an entirely new arrangement.
Add Garage Cabinets
Space-Saving Sliding Garage Storage Shelves
Garage Door Extension Cord Storage
Garage Corner Shelves
Overhead Storage in the Garage
Garage Door Foul Line
Garage Storage Tubes
Garage-Wall Tool Holder
Preserve Lawn Supplies
Overhead Ladder Rack
Closet Bracket Bike Rack
Hang Ladders Low
Build a Customizable System
Utilize Ceiling Space
If wall space is at a minimum, consider looking up for potential sports equipment storage space. With this smart and easy overhead storage system, you don’t have to sacrifice space. Simple and fast to construct, this sliding bin system is made with everyday items, making it a perfect weekend project with long-lasting results. To make it easy to find what you’re looking for, use a permanent marker, or spray paint and stencils to mark the bottom of the bin.
Sports Equipment Storage: Brilliant Ball Storage
Car Care Products Cabinet
Recycling Bin Rack
Customizable Wall of Storage in One Weekend
Store Lawn Chairs
Here’s how to store your lawn and folding chairs so they’re out of your way. Take two pieces of 1×4 lumber (any scrap lumber will do) and create some simple, cheap and useful brackets on the wall. Cut each board 7-3/4 in. long with a 30-degree angle on both ends. Fasten pairs of these brackets with three 2-in. screws to the side of the exposed wall studs, directly across from each other, and you’ve got a perfect place to hang your chairs. Get more ideas for garage storage.
Heavy-Duty Utility Shelves
Store More on Walls
Don’t Waste the High Space
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