Because I primarily work out of my garage (workshop), it’s often one of the first spaces I organize. Having a tidy garage makes my life (and work!) so much easier and more efficient. Today I’m sharing some of the best DIY garage organization project ideas.
When floor space is minimal, it’s a great idea to use the wall for storage. Using a pegboard not only organizes my tools, but puts them on display for easy access. Check out the link below for more DIY garage organization ideas.
Here’s another pegboard tool wall in one of my past workshops. Storing tools on the wall doesn’t just keep me organized, but it doubles as wall art!
This rolling mobile workbench has plenty of storage space for paint and stain cans, as well as a ton of shelf space for large tools. I love that the shelves keep my worktop neat and tidy.
I designed this workbench to double as an out-feed table for my table saw. It can fit an entire sheet of plywood on the top, so if you have space for a workbench this size, grab the plans and build one for yourself! I love that shallow top shelf – it keeps my workspace clear of tools and materials.
If you’re feeling intimidated by woodworking, I have the perfect project for you. This workbench was made using a DIY-ready kit from Simpson Strong-Tie and it’s as straightforward as it gets – just add lumber!
When I couldn’t find a sufficient workbench for my X-carve, I decided to design and build one! The top fits the largest X-carve model and the drawers and shelves offer a ton of storage and organization. I keep all of my X-carve bits and accessories in the drawers, while extra material is stored on the shelves. Visit the Simpson Strong-Tie® blog for the tutorial and click the link below for the free plans.
This mobile workbench from Husky is a treasure. It has 9 drawers, a gorgeous solid wood top, and it has a built-in power strip with four power outlets and two USB ports. Click the link below to read my full review!
Here’s a super functional garden tool storage rack. This easy project has it all figured out: plenty of room for hanging all your landscaping tools and a top shelf for storing extra string reels and battery chargers.
I absolutely love this idea. Garage storage shelves that are portable – it’s always good when you can move a piece of furniture around with ease.
The versatility of pallet furniture has no limits and as you can see, pallets can be used to make some awesome and free garage storage rack.
Going on bike rides is one of our favorite things to do as a family, but we’re always on the hunt for an efficient way to store our bicycles. Here’s a simple and functional bike & scooter rack design you can build yourself.
Corner shelves are great because they make the most out of otherwise under-utilized space. Vertical storage is optimal for small spaces – check out the tutorial below for the complete instructions.
These garage storage cabinets look beautiful and if you decide to follow the free plans included, you won’t have to worry about not having enough storage space in your garage anymore.
Storing winter gear couldn’t be easier with this solution. Use a plain box, an old drawer, or cubby as storage for your snow and boogie boards without breaking a sweat.
Here’s a super simple workbench that has moderate dimensions. And it’s on casters, so it’s easy to move around the workshop.
How cute is this DIY clipboard hanger? Store gardening gear and other garage essentials with ease!
This DIY garage organizer is incredible! The swing-out pegboards keep tools neat and tidy. Check out the how-to below.
Here’s another fun and easy way to store your tools: a scrap wood board with some holes drilled through makes for great screwdriver storage!
I love this DIY sandpaper and sander storage. It makes storing various sandpapers a breeze!
This DIY cordless drill station is genius! It’s an easy, beginner-level project that will make your workshop more organized and efficient! Grab the plans below.
This project bundles a framed pegboard wall and a workbench which is great even if you don’t need both. The workbench is made from IKEA kitchen cabinets, which definitely makes things easier!