We can't stress it enough, garages are for cars. You can avoid using your garage as a dumping ground by throwing away, selling or donating stuff you don't use (this is also true for shoes, sadly). You can then use the proceeds to buy storage bins (or new shoes).
If the room is large then you can install recessed cabinets and cupboards which will allow for ample storage space as well as allow you to pack away any visible clutter. Look at the room's layout and if you do not want to create a lot of work for yourself right off the bat, then start off small. Look at how you can maximize your space. Start off by utilizing the existing cupboard space and organizing the mess in the cupboards. Purchase some small storage baskets which can be stacked and labeled.
Items in the garage should be grouped accordingly. This organization approach makes it easier and more convenient to locate items and to return them once you are done with them. It would also be helpful if all the items in the garage are classified according to the frequency of use. After that, it will be easier to estimate the amount of space needed and to place the items in strategic locations.
Storage Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 08:12:23 AM
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