Get Your Shed or Garage Organized!
Our shed was a mess! It was so full of random stuff, we couldn't get the lawnmower or bikes out without rearranging things. These simple shelves are easy to build with minimal cuts and less than $75 for all the materials!
This is the disaster of a shed before I started. Piling up all the camping supplies and yard tools wasn't working!
I sorted everything into plastic bins to make them easier to access later. I got rid of a lot of stuff too! Now I could get to that wall and measure how much space I had to work with.
I had two sheets of OSB (oriented strand board) cut into 24" wide strips for me at my local home improvement store. It just barely fit into my car!
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I created a frame for each shelf out of 2 x 4's, then attached the OSB sheets on top.
Then attached the vertical uprights to create the first shelf.
The rest of the shelves were built in place. For more details on how to do that, head over to my blog post here.
Once the shelves were complete, I loaded them up! All our Christmas decorations are on one shelf, camping and ski gear on another, and various yard and garden tools have their own section too.
Hope this helps get your own shed or garage organized! For more helpful tutorials like this one, head over to The Handyman's Daughter!
- OSB (Home Depot)
- 2x4's (Home Depot)
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