I love getting out in the sunshine and digging around in the dirt! There is something so “right” about sweating a bit and getting a little dirt under my fingernails!
This year I am in a house with a one car garage, which is so great, but its also full! It is my DIY workspace, paint center, tool shed, reclaimed wood storage space, etc. You get the picture?
Garden tools are not fitting very well. To find a solution I headed over to Pinterest (of course!) and I found some very cute and do-able projects for organization and storage. They range from simple to complicated and I love them all.
I have a shed in the backyard that looks like a tiny barn, and I do believe that tackling it at some point is my best option. Taking everything out and deciding what will stay and go needs to happen, and there is about 10′ X 10′ of usable space that I intend to take advantage of. I think we all have those spots in our house that are more “junk” areas and closets and drawers, than legit rooms and spaces. Corralling those is the way to expanding your square footage without buying a bigger house!
Creative ways to get your garden area organized:
Our Little Acre used a pallet to organize her tools:
Martha Stewart has a lovely pegboard option:
I Heart Organizing bumps up the pegboard idea a notch or two:
Anderson and Grant created this adorable little tool holder:
Little Vintage Cottage used a mailbox as an super cute solution:
Setting for Four really hit the mark with this potting bench with a built-in sink:
Gardening is a fun way to add beauty to your space, and I think it is great that storage can be eye-candy as well!
I hope you found something to inspire your garden-area plans!
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If DIYing your garden organization is not in the cards, check below for some great ideas!