The hard part is done. You have gone through all the junk in your garage and decided what was worth keeping and what needed to be thrown away. Now you have all this space and nothing to do with it. Well that’s not completely true, there are a lot of things that you can do with it! If it needs to remain storage for the items you kept, make sure you put them back in an organized way. Two of the articles below are full of ideas that will help keep your garage organized going forward. No sense in having to clean it out all over again next summer. Create hanging racks for your yard tools, use your ceiling for additional storage space, or create a pegboard organizing system. On the other hand, if the garage doesn’t need to remain storage think about all the fun things you could do with it. In one article below a couple turned their garage into a tiki bar anyone would be envious of. Maybe you have the space to do both. Whatever you decide, make it happen before your garage fills up with junk again.
Garage organization is not difficult nor is it expensive. It is however, essential if you want a clean space where everything is relatively easy to find. Whether you have a large garage or just a small space, there are many things that you can do to utilize that space and give yourself a bit of additional storage without taking up the area that you need for cars and other items.
Who even cares where the cars go when your garage looks this great. Wanting a cool dive in which to hang out, but unable to find any funky enough in their neighborhood, Joe and Kate Bly did what any reasonable couple would do: They converted the entire garage of their East Elmhurst house into a truly awesome-looking tiki bar.
Laura Putnam of Finding Home has some very simple garage organization tips that can tame the clutter in what’s often the most cluttered part of the house. Sports are in full swing, DIY projects are being planned out and the garden tools are ready to be put to work. In other words, our garage has finally woken up from a very long and sleepy winter. Last year, we did a huge overall to our garage to make it work better for us.