Boost your storage space with our indoor and outdoor storage tips and projects
Maximize space in your shed or garage by installing wall-mounted organizers or shelving.
Store sandals and summer shoes in hanging closet racks, shoe racks, shoe boxes, or shoe trees.
Protect air conditioners against dust during the off months with air conditioner covers.
Use outdoor covers to prevent weather damage and potential rust on BBQs, patio sets, and more.
Transition your closet from summer to fall, and store off-season clothing in under-bed storage bins, stackable totes, or baskets.
If space permits, store off-season or fall overflow clothing in a portable garment rack to allow for easy access, and avoid potential wrinkling.
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Avoid entryway clutter by storing boots, hats, scarves, and gloves in stylish, yet functional drop-off spots in the foyer or mudroom.
ESSENTIAL STORAGE ITEMS
FALL STORAGE TIPS
Install shelving, hooks and hangers in your shed or garage to store seasonal power tools, equipment and accessories.
Add storage cabinets in your garage to organize small to mid-sized objects.
Add a rolling island in your garage for mobile storage. It could also serve as a handy workbench.
Use totes with lids in your shed or garage to keep patio furniture cushions and accessories dust and moisture-free during the winter season.
Install lighting to improve visibility in larger sheds.
If you are building a new shed:
a) Determine the type of shed that best suits your storage needs.
b) Check with your local building codes before pouring a concrete pad foundation.
c) Build a subfloor for your shed.