20 Genius Garage Organization Ideas to Keep Your Life in Order

Cleaning your garage has never been so easy.

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Of all places in the house to clean up, garages tend to get put on the bottom of the priority list. However, organizing your garage can increase your efficiency, help to keep everything in order, and allow you to find tools, bikes, and equipment right when you need them.

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garage organization ideas - Categorize your items
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Categorize your items.

Group similar items like paintbrushes, trays, and rollers together for quick-finding on a freestanding shelf.

What you'll need: Freestanding shelf ($240, .com)

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garage organization ideas - corner storage
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Take advantage of corner storage.

Corner storage — like this gardening tool system — maximizes available space.

What you'll need: Corner Storage ($27, .com)

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garage organization ideas - hooks
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Place a coat rack in your garage.

After a rainstorm, hang up wet items like umbrellas and coats in your garage.

What you'll need: Hook Rack ($20, .com)

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garage organization ideas - curtains
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Hide the mess.

Conceal clutter-prone craft and project areas with decorative drapes strung up on a wire.

What you'll need: Curtains ($19 for 2 panels, .com)

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garage organization ideas - Garage Wall Cabinet 
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Carve out a space for gardening needs.

Select a spot that's close to the outdoors — so you don't track soil through the whole garage — and close to a water source. Large units, have plenty of room for planters, vases, and indoor gardening supplies as well.

What you'll need: Garage Wall Cabinet ($90 for cabinets, closetmaid.com)

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garage organization ideas - trash can
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Store common items in bulk.

Store pet food and potting soil in metal-lidded trash cans, and add casters for easy maneuvering.

What you'll need: Small Metal-Lidded Trash Can ($15, .com)

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garage organization ideas - Bike Rack
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Hang up the family bikes.

Find a monkey bar to store all your wheels, so it's now easier to get the bikes on and off the rack.

What you'll need: Monkey Bar Bike Rack ($90, .com)

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garage organization ideas - gardening tools
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Line up gardening items.

Use a horizontal hook rack to avoid leaving your large gardening tools in a messy pile.

What you'll need: Hook Racks ($19 for 30 hooks, .com)

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garage organization ideas - Make old brand new
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Make old brand new.

Repurpose cupboards from flea markets or junk shops as potting sheds and tool chests.

What you'll need: Sand Paper ($5 for 5 sheets, .com)

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garage organization ideas - paint
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Don't throw out extra paint.

Pour leftover paint into labeled plastic containers for touch-ups — just make sure they're kept above freezing.

What you'll need: Labeled Plastic Containers ($30 for 4 quarts, .com)

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garage organization ideas - Use overhead storage
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Use overhead storage.

Take advantage of ceiling space by mounting a heavy duty overhead shelf.

What you'll need: Garage Overhead Storage ($155, .com)

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garage organization ideas - pegboard
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Use a pegboard to hang all your small items.

Keep your most frequently used supplies at an easy reach with a cheap pegboard.

What you'll need: Elfa Utility Workshop Organizer Board ($306, containerstore.com)

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garage organization ideas - Include a functional hub for household repairs
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Include a functional hub for household repairs.

Custom organizers from California Closets help you conceal clutter. Cover the wall with a designed system to hang all your tools and supplies.

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garage organization ideas - ribbon roll
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Use a ribbon roll.

Slip a simple curtain rod into a window frame or between studs to dispense twine, ribbon, or tape.

What you'll need: Tension Curtain Rod ($16, .com)

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garage organization ideas - Chrome Shelving
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Create a zone for your gear.

If you and your kids are sports enthusiasts, create an area for storing your equipment. Hang your gear and place items in bins on a storage unit.

What you'll need: Chrome Shelving with Pull-Out Bins ($300, frontgate.com)

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garage organization ideas - utility cart
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Purchase a utility cart.

Get a cart on wheels to move it around your garage or to store items you use outside, such as snow salt or gardening tools.

What you'll need: Cart on Wheels ($207, .com)

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garage organization ideas - adjustable wall racks
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Maximize vertical space with adjustable wall racks.

Customize your shelving to fit all the items you need to store with adjustable wall racks.

What you'll need: Adjustable Wall Racks ($19 for 8 shelves, jet.com)

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garage organization ideas - Wall-Mount Kitchen Knife Magnet
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Invest in a wall-mount kitchen knife magnet.

Use wall-mount kitchen knife magnets to hang metal tools or to dry and store paintbrushes.

Get more ideas at One Good Thing By Jillee.

What you'll need: Wall-Mount Kitchen Knife Magnet ($19, .com)

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garage organization ideas - radiator screen inserts
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Keep clutter hidden with accessible shelves.

Cluttered shelves are an eyesore. This workbench includes a pair of doors with radiator screen inserts in the middle, keeping the contents easily accessible but out of sight. Cabinets replaced open shelving to store odds and ends like boxes of screws and plumbing parts. Besides concealing these items, the doors prevent them from being coated in sawdust when using a miter saw.

What you'll need: Radiator Screen Inserts ($54 for 9 inserts, .com)

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Build from scraps.

Using cheap pine and lumber left over from other projects, handy-woman and blogger Brittany Bailey constructed a crate for her garden supplies and sports gear and added low shelving to hold paint. She used PVC piping to keep her rakes and spades upright. "Now, my tools don't fall over, and they take up a lot less room," Bailey says.

What you'll need: PVC piping ($4, homedepot,com)

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