This foldable tool storage unit provides a workspace, yet takes up little room. Bifold doors drop down to form a light-duty work surface, and sawhorses serve as legs. When you’re done, latch the doors back into place and tuck the sawhorses underneath. You can unfold just the top half to reach often-used tools.
Add Color to Cabinets
Unfinished pantry and two-door cabinets were first stained gray. Center panels were then painted a soft blue to add a splash of color.
Stack up the Shelves
Create an efficient and easy-to-clean wall-mounted garage storage system for seasonal and occasional-use items by pairing plastic storage totes with white wire shelving. The totes store items safely and neatly, while the shelves make the totes easy to access.
Whatever sports are big in your household, keeping an eye on the balls is easier when you store them where they’ll stay put until game time. Use bungee cords and eye hooks to create a ball bin out of open space between wall-mount garage cabinets.
Get a grip on long-handled sporting goods by storing them in a wall-mount organizer with adjustable spring grips. Whether you need a place for baseball bats, tennis rackets, or fishing poles, the spring grips adjust to the thickness of each object.
Work Clothes Storage
Not all work clothes need to be stored indoors. Hang gardening jackets and sweatshirts from an 18-inch towel bar mounted on the underside of a garage cabinet. First, glue and nail a 3/4-inch-thick mounting board to the underside of the cabinet. Then screw the towel bar mounting hardware to the painted mounting board.
Extension Cord Hanger
Keep electrical cords coiled and ready to use by hanging them from padded hooks mounted on the side of a garage cabinet. The same hanger also works for air compressor hoses.