Modular systems make organizing sporting gear and yard equipment a breeze in this garage. Take a look at this organized space and discover how to employ smart storage strategies in your own garage.
To fully equip this garage for all of its many roles, the space was divided into specific functional zones, employing several popular storage solutions, such as wall- or ceiling-hung solutions. Not only do they take up less space, but they also require you to designate specific spots for each item. A wall-hung storage system in this garage organizes a mountain of sporting equipment in a slim space and keeps the floor clear of clutter. Movable baskets, bins, and shelves attach to heavy-duty horizontal brackets on the wall and can be repositioned according to need. (This system is by Gladiator Garage Works.)
Balls, rackets, water toys, golf clubs, and shoes are all stored in plain sight, making it easy to locate items and put them away. Golf caddies support the weight of two full golf bags and several pairs of shoes. The units also feature clever brackets to hold extra golf balls.
A combination of wall-mount brackets and floor racks keeps bicycles and other playtime gear from cluttering up floor space and toppling over. Conveniently placed hooks ensure each item is within reach for every family member.
Your garage is one of the largest rooms in your house, so it's important to adopt a flexible storage system that allows access to your most important items. This garage sorts supplies according to use so there's never any doubt where to look.
Conveniently located next to the fridge and freezer, the snack station organizes everything from bulk foods and supplies to drinks and snacks. Wire baskets equipped with clip-on labels organize foods by type and make it easy for small hands to find what they’re looking for.
Stacked bins create a convenient recycling station next to the door to the house and keep aluminum cans, paper, and plastic separate. An elevated wire shelf air-dries soggy shoes and boots, while ensuring that they don't clutter the floor space in front of the entry door.