Get Your Shed or Garage Organized!

2 Materials
$75
2 Hours
Easy

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!

Get the free woodworking plans and the full tutorial for this project here: https://www.thehandymansdaughter.com/storage-shelves/

Suggested materials:

  • OSB  (Home Depot)
  • 2x4's  (Home Depot)

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1 question
  • Joanie
    on Nov 10, 2017

    Good Job!! Mine could be organized well, but does anyone want to put the stuff back???? My husband gets so upset with his 4 sons.
    • Joanie
      on Nov 11, 2017

      Nblunt: I think you addressed this to the wrong person.

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  • Beth Dorsey
    on Dec 13, 2017

    Great job! I invested in A monkey bars system that is suspended from the ceiling in our Florida home...some of the best $ ever spent. Yours looks awesome for a much better price!
  • Lois Adeline Clark
    on Dec 19, 2017

    I use clear storage containers so I can see what's inside and place a card stock sheet of paper on the inside with contents in it. As I use or remove items I then cross it off the list and you can read it through the clear containers.

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