Wish you had a place for everyone to remove shoes and drop trash before stomping inside? Stake out the entryway corner of your garage to create a de facto mudroom. Add a tray for wet boots and a simple rack for hanging whatever. This thrifty home owner used items she already had and spent a mere $13 to put this mudroom together.
Give each of your long-handled landscape tools a home of their own with leftover pieces of plastic PVC plumbing pipe. Cut small sections of pipe at an angle so it’ll be easy to make a screw hole, then attach the pieces to your garage or shed wall. Lay out the tools beforehand so you can set proper spacing; label with masking tape.
Hang ’Em High
Take advantage of garage nooks with platform storage designed to hold seasonal items, such as sporting equipment and Christmas lights, that you tuck away for months each year. Fasten the platform to wall studs and suspend it from ceiling joists so you won’t need legs underneath.
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Jenna Wondrow, Realtor | Edina Realty Rochester | Lic Mn