Do you find yourself looking at the clutter in your garage with disdain? Do you keep putting off organizing and cleaning it out?

We don’t blame you.

Traditionally, the garage is the area that becomes “the storage place.” Toys, bikes, ancient tins of paint, and long-lost luggage get stashed away.

With so many people working from home, your garage could be your perfect home office or workshop.

All you need are some great garage organization ideas to guide you in the right direction.

Garage Storage Ideas

A garage conversion could add up to 20% to the value of your home. But this comes with a lot of planning and cost.

Garage organization systems and clever garage storage ideas can be enough to make the best of your space without breaking the bank.

5 Garage Organization Ideas

Garage organization is not the same for everyone. You might want to use your garage as a workshop, an office, for garage storage, or even as a hang-out room for the kids.

Before organizing, you need to make sure your garage is up to code, especially when it comes to the floor. It needs sealing and treating to add protection and longevity (as well as making it look good!)

The next step is clearing the clutter and cleaning. 

Use a Pegboard

Is your gardening equipment taking residence all over your garage? An easy garage organization idea is to put up a pegboard panel. 

Hang up your shears, rake, trowel, spade, and anything else that is taking up valuable floor space. Having them hung up neatly will also make it easier to locate the items when gardening is on your to-do list.

Invest in Bin Storage

Bin storage is a beneficial and affordable way to create a useful garage organization system. You can choose from so many sizes and colors, making it easy to create a cool and unique workspace.

Fix shelves to your walls and fill them with organized, labeled bins. Allocate a bin to each member of the family, making it easy for everyone to locate their things.

Built-in Cabinets

If you don’t want to splash out on a full garage conversion, then invest in built-in cabinets. These can be fitted in a line against a wall, and are ideal for storing anything you don’t want on display.

Make your cabinets more organized by adding labeled bins and trays. Perfect for paperwork, toys, DIY tools, arts and crafts and so much more. 

Fold-Up Work Tables

Are you planning on using your garage as a workshop? Even if you don’t have a huge amount of space, it is easy to carve out a patch for your tinkering.

Our favorite solution is a fold-up work table. Slim and easy to stash away, they can be brought out whenever you need it and put away easily when you are done. 

Hanging Bike Storage

Bikes are notorious for being kept in the garage. But storing them here can eat up valuable garage space, especially when they are stacked against the wall. 

Fix a bike rack onto the wall and hang your bikes vertically. This keeps them out of the way and easily reachable for when you want to go for a ride. 

Your Dream Garage

With a little planning, clearing, and preparation, it is easy for these garage organization ideas to come to light. 

Think about how you want to use your garage, and turn that drab space into an inviting place. Ensuring your garage’s surfaces are up to code is the first step to creating a functional and long-lasting space. 

Get in touch and let’s discuss how we can help make your garage a place you can enjoy for years to come.