Keep your entire home well organized and find storage space you didn’t know you had with these organization and storage projects, tips and ideas.
Tips for a Tidy Workshop
Use these simple tips to make your workshop work smarter, cleaner, more efficient and more comfortable. Most of these tips use materials you have on hand and take less than 10 minutes to implement.
Other Projects for DIYers from The Family Handyman:
Garden Closet Storage Project
This outdoor shed/closet is small, but compact. It'll hold most of your gardening and lawn care tools and supplies and keep them close at hand and well organized.
Build a Garden Storage Box
Build this simple storage cabinet right in your garden. It's an attractive feature and keeps small garden tools dry and close at hand. Build it from a single 8-ft. 1x12.
How to Hang Shelves
Would some shelves help you get more organized? Don't know how to hang shelves? Here are some tips and tricks that make the job simple.
Garage Storage Tower
Here's an easy-to-build tower for storing stuff in your garage, basement or mudroom—it's perfect for organizing those big, plastic storage bins you keep throwing everything into. And you can build two or three towers in a weekend without breaking the bank.
Store Your Tools in This Handy Tray Tower
Good woodworking tools deserve a home in a handsome, natural wood cabinet – not a cold metal tray. This birch tool tray tower makes the perfect home for hand tools and small parts.
Kitchen Storage: Cabinet Rollouts
Add rollouts to your kitchen cabinets to maximize storage space, provide easier access, streamline your cooking, save your back and simplify clean-up chores. They're a great improvement for a kitchen that's too small. We show you key planning tips and where to find detailed rollout assembly ...
10 Tips for Moving Furniture
Whether you're relocating or just rearranging, moving furniture is a big job. Use these simple techniques to move heavy, awkward items without wrecking your back, your house or the furniture.
Small Workshop Storage Solutions
You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely. In this article, we’ll show how to squeeze the most space from a tiny shop. We’ll give you tips for storing tools and materials so they’re out of your way, organizing your shop so there’s more room to work, and building storage units that keep items off the floor so you’re not tripping over them. We’ll also show you how to build a dedicated shelf for your air compressor, fold-up worktables, ceiling drawers, pegboard shelving, overhead storage, a small fold-away table for a grinder and stackable stools that make great work surfaces.