This is likely the most well known use of behind-the-door storage ideas, as most of us have seen organizers that use pockets to store many different things. This clever idea has been popularized for shoe storage, but it is also a great idea for organizing your accessories in your bedroom, storing washcloths and/or hand towels in the bathroom, or for use in a child's bedroom.
For sporting goods, it would be best to place them near the garage door for easier access. Just remember not to prop sporting equipment against the wall because this does not only waste floor and wall space, it can also be damaging, specifically when one slams the door, the car runs over a ski board, or a bike scratches a car. For off-season sports gear, it is good to put them in marked plastic bins.
Garbage must also be placed near the exit. Since most people keep their trash in the garage until pick-up day, another one of those good garage storage ideas would be to use bins that have wheels. This would make it easier to put the garbage out and to move the bin around when necessary.
Storage Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 08:17:04 AM
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