Create a space to host all your outdoor supplies, including chalk, toys, and more, with a simple garage desk. Hang hooks nearby to hold umbrellas and other outdoor gear; chalkboard signs and bright colors give the space an indoor-outdoor appeal.
Create a one-stop-shop for all of your gardening tools with a latticework wall hanging and industrial table. The space is both beautiful and functional when adorned with garden-theme artwork and potted plants.
Corral your outdoor dining utensils in one concentrated space with a homemade patio table. Sturdy, outdoor-designed fabric hides the shelving below the storage unit that doubles as a buffet table when guests come to visit.
Layers of wooden pallets stacked on top of one another provide shelving units where outdoor supplies can be stored. Cut a hole in the top of the highest pallet as an extra storage place for plants or tools.
Creating tables and benches out of concrete cinderblocks provides ample space for outdoor storage and places to plant greenery, too. The holes in the blocks are the perfect space to keep outdoor belongings.
Give your extra plants and pots a place to live with a hanging storage center and matching shelving unit. Due to the nature of the organization center, the unit also doubles as a secondary garden.
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Create a storage area for outdoor entertaining with a rolling shelving unit. You can use the bottom part to hold your accoutrements while the top serves as an entertaining area.
Create a coffee table that's ripe with storage for your outdoor living space. Special divets in the tabletop provide room for storing plants, tools, and other items.
Build an outdoor unit for your patio or porch with a few slabs of treated wood and storage tubs. Attach wheels to the bottom on one of the pieces of wood, then set the tubs on top. You can fill the tubs with whatever you need stored, then lay the final piece of wood on top to finish.
Plastic tubs hold toys and other garage supplies; hang them on the wall using sturdy metal hooks. Label the tubs using scrapbooking stickers.
Create an entertaining epicenter on your patio or back porch for a place to hold all your outdoor glassware and bar utensils. Shelving provides ample space for storing the wares; a table gives a spot for entertaining.
Create a space for reading material on your front porch swing with a shelf specifically designed for books and magazines. Give the purchased shelf a personalized touch by using washi tape.
Use old pallets to put together a gardening table that's perfect for potting plants and storing supplies. Add hooks for gardening tools, and shelves to hold unused pots and watering cans.