With a few hooks and a fresh coat of stain, you can transform a cast-off pallet into a hardworking organizer for gardening supplies.
Garden tools can get a bit messy. So when you're looking for a place to store spades and rakes, why spend serious cash on a storage system that is going to get covered in dirt? Instead, make this inexpensive wood pallet garden organizer that's personalized to your needs. A set of hooks down low hold a coiled hose, while a hanging pot is perfect storage for loose gloves or rags. This is one weekend project that will get you excited for gardening season!
Use the foam brush to apply stain to pallet. Apply in small strokes, moving with the grain of the wood untill the entire surface is covered. Let dry.
Lay hooks and garden tools tools on the pallet to see what layout works best. Be sure to leave enough room between hooks so you don't knock off sharp pliers or spades while reaching for a rake or a shovel.
One you have your placement, drill holes for hooks. Do not insert hooks yet. Use screws to attach magnetic strip for tool storage.
Hang the pallet on the wall by securing it with screws and drill. Once the pallet is stable, insert the hooks into the predrilled holes. Finish by placing tools, garden hose, and hanging flowerpot on the garden organizer.