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jenny stanleyUpdated November 18, 2022
You don't need a lot of extra space (or a lot of extra money) to build these easy DIY garage storage projects.
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DIY garage storage for cables and hoses
This one-hour project provides an easy way to hang a variety of things like extension cords, ropes, or air hoses and keep them out of your work space. Asingle cable traykeeps them tangle free and manageable.
Mobile folding work table
Do you want a mobile workbench with a large work surface that folds down to just 7 inches thin? the materials forMake the folding workbenchshown here costs around $100 at home centers. Or build it to any size that suits your home business and adjust the frame sizes to accommodate the collapsible parts.
Use a pallet for DIY garage storage
long cloakgardening and gardening toolsIt can be difficult to store. All you need for this pallet organization hack is a pallet, some screws, and a drill. And if you don't have any palettes lying around, you can easily get them for free. This is a quick one hour project, and once you're done your tools will be organized and easily accessible. is a tallDIY Garage StorageIdea.
You can easily attach this deck to a fence, shed, or exposed wall studs in your garage. Whichever you choose, make sure your screws are long enough to go through the deck and the wall you're fastening them to. We drilled two screws into the pallet, one in each exposed wall stud. You don't need many screws or nails because the deck is not that heavy. Now you have a quick and (possibly) free way to do it.Store your garden tools!
DIY wall brackets made from reclaimed wood
Learn to save yoursGarden and folding chairsso they are out of the way with some woodgarage shelving🇧🇷 Grab two pieces of 1×4 lumber (any scrap will do) and create some simple, inexpensive, and useful wall mounts. Cut each board to 7-3/4 inches. long with a 30 degree angle at both ends. Secure pairs of these brackets with three 2-in. screws next to the exposedwall studs, facing each other and you have a perfect place to hang your chairs.
lockable garage cabinet
There are many dangerous household tools and products that children can get into, especially in your workshop and garage. Eastlockable storage cabinetprovides a safe place to store chemicals, paints,pest control products, sharp tools and other potentially dangerous objects. Cabinet can be painted or stained and used in the home as an extra pantry, janitorial cabinet, or hobby center.
Affordable DIY Garage Shelving
These easy DIY garage shelves can be built in less than a day for less than $300.custom garage wallkeeps all your supplies neatly organized in one place.
DIY Hanging Garage Storage System
Place medium and light items on shelves that hang from the ceiling. the wooden oneoverhead garage storageShelves are designed to fit into unused space above garage doors (you'll need 16" clearance to mount a standard 12-1/2" high shelf and plastic bins). However, you can adjust the height of the shelf and place it anywhere. The only limitation is the weight. We designed this 4 x 6 ft. Rack to support about 160 pounds, a load that the typical roof structure can safely support.
Garden tool organizer.
Create a simple long cabletool hangerfor two 1x4. In the first, drill a 2-inch row. Holes along the edge of the plate. The trick is to center each hole an inch from the edge. That leaves a 1-1/2-in. Slot in the front where you can slide the straps. Position the holes to accommodate whatever is hanging. Bolt this board into another 1×4 for the back and add 45 degree braces to keep it from falling over. If desired, drive nails into the vertical board to hang even more things. no more trippinggarden tools!
Every good deal (even if it's just a part of your garage) needs qualityCountertop with plenty of storage space🇧🇷 Start with this space-saving basic workbench in the morning and work on projects with it at night!
Hooks to hang everything
Used by plumbers to hold pipes, these plastic hooks make handy hangers for just about anything. They are robust, economical and available in different sizes. Find them in the plumbing section of home improvement and hardware stores for an inexpensive storage idea.
Sliding Pegboard Storage System
This project takes workshop storage to a whole new level by using both sides of seven pegboards, all housed in a compact box. EastPegboard Storage SystemIt's a compact solution for all your hand tools.
Plastic armor works well for storing long runs of various pipes, trim, trim, and conduit. It is an inexpensive DIY garage storage solution to make some wooden garage shelves. Simply cut the appropriate pieces, screw the 2x4 studs into the ceiling, and screw the truss into the studs and wall studs. Now you can find that weird junk quickly instead of going to the hardware store and buying another part.
Hang your wheelbarrow on the garage wall to free up space. center 2 feet. 1x4 on two pegs, 2 feet off the ground. Hold onto it and drive 3 in. Screw the metal splice plates and the 1x4 into the studs. Leave about 3/4 inch. from the board onto the 1×4 to grab the ledge. Place the wheelbarrow on the 1×4 as shown and mark the 1-in. above the wheelbarrow blade. Drill pilot holes and screw ceiling hooks into the joists. Rotate the hooks so they grip the edge of the dolly and hold it in place.
stacked recycling tower
Five plastic bins, six 2x2s and screws, and an hour of labor is all it takes to assemble this space-saving recycling storage rack. Our frame fits shipping containers with a 14-1/2-inch top. x 10 in. Our containers are manufactured by Rubbermaid.
If you are using containers of different sizes, adjust the spacing between the posts so that the 2x2s touch the edge of the container. Then, adjust the gap between the horizontal rungs so they are snug when the bin is tilted as shown.
Start by cutting the 2x2s to the length shown in the image. Then mark the location of the steps on the pillars. Drill two 5/32 in. Through-bolt holes at each crossmember location. Drill from the outside in and angle the holes slightly inward to prevent the screws from stripping the sides of the rungs.
2-1/2 in. drive Screws through the posts into the steps. Assemble the front and rear frames. Then connect them to the side braces. More space in the garage? look at theseDIY Garage Storage Tips.
Hooks for cables and hoses
discontinuedelectric cablesand hoses on hooks or thin nails can cause kinking and damage to the casing and threads. Use 3 in. ABS plastic plumbing pipe to make simple and inexpensive hangers. 3 inches. End caps for a 2x6 with two 1-5/8 in. screws. The fender washers under the bolt heads prevent the bolts from going through the plastic. Then cement in 8in. Tube lengths with end cap. These "hooks" are very strong. you can buildAttractive storage for your garden hose, Also.
DIY garage wall
You can recreate this for just a few hundred dollars.storage systemeven on a weekend. This project includes approximately 16 feet of wall space and features a variety ofWays to organize your garage.
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It isShelves place a garage corner.for maximum memory usage. they turn in twolazy susan, one below and one above (under the top shelf). It cannot tip over as the top shelf is bolted to the wall.
Keep stairs out of the way.
Hang ladders from the ceiling so they don't take up your main storage space. The wheels on this cart allow it to easily slide on one end of the ladder and then the other. The materials are all cheap. Attach the corner brackets to the ceiling joists with 2" screws. Secure the ladder with a rubber band to prevent it from rolling and falling.
In just two hours you canInstall a pegboard on the wall of a garage or workshopto make versatilespace saving storage🇧🇷 Add a trash can underneath and you have a place for all that trinket mess.
Make a pallet jack to transport large tools.
I had to haul a load of lumber from the truck down a long hallway to my shop, and I didn't feel like carrying it alone, one arm at a time. That's when I noticed a palette leaning against the wall and had an idea.
I don't have a pallet jack, but I did have a set of caster wheels! After adding some reinforcing blocks to the deck, I installed a 4-inch block. rolls in all corners. It worked perfectly for hauling my entire load of lumber in one trip.
Since then, I have kept my pallet truck and often use it as my all-purpose heavy-duty lift. –Keith Jones
Old hose tool holder
Cuts an old hose down to 7 inches. Pieces, cut them and nail them to the wall to make nice tool holders that are handled in the garage.
double garage rack
Space in most garagesIt's hard to find, so the best place to find garage storage shelving is upstairs. you can make your ownDIY shelves for the garage.Simple: two floors for twice the storage capacity.
I had somewood scrapsand plastic mesh from a fence I built. Rather than throw away the scraps, I decided to build a cart out of them to organize my garden shovels, hoes, and brooms. I installed wheels so it easily slides into a corner of my garage. It works well! –Philip J. Gruber
Floating Noodle Fishing Rod Storage
Fishing poles can be difficult to organize. If yours tends to get tangled up, try this DIY garage storage solution with a pool float andpvc pipes🇧🇷 Keeps fishing rods perfectly aligned and ready to use. This elegant design is perfect.small garage storage idea.
First published: February 02, 2021