Give Your Garden Tools Space
The pile of garden tools that often sit in the corner of the garage are generally unpleasant to look at and potentially dangerous, so instead of leaving them around to trip on, try out a wall rack to secure them properly. All you'll require to make this rack is two boards and a saw to make the proper cuts. Once all is said and done, you can screw the boards into the garage wall and place your tools in the cut grooves for a more organized look that will clear away the extra clutter.
Consider Ceiling Storage
If you already struggle with a small garage, it doesn't mean that you don't have the extra space for storage. Instead of the floor, try putting your storage on the roof! By using plastic carriages installed into the roof of your garage, you can easily slide totes full of storage items into place. While you won't want to store heavy items in the bins, they can be a great place for infrequently used items like Christmas decorations or old mementos.
Make Your Own Rec Room
If you have a two-car garage and only one car, there's always the fun possibility that you may be able to use your garage for a less traditional purpose. Whether you decide to go with a makeshift office or a den the whole family can enjoy, adding a desk or couch, a few tables and even some wall art can be a great means of getting extra space. It can also be a great place to throw a party for your neighbors and your friends!
The garage may seem like a less than ideal space, but there are things you can do to improve its appearance and its function. If you're currently renovating your home and are preparing to sell in the future, you may want to contact one of our real estate professionals for more information.