When the weather is nice, one of the best things to do is going outdoors. There is nothing better than to sit and enjoy your time in your outdoor living spaces, especially if your outdoor spaces are well-organized with blooming flowers, beautiful garden, and others. So, what can you do to make your spaces well organized? Do you think that your outdoor spaces are perfect?
If you always have a problem with the outdoor storage, we have some DIY hacks here. These storage ideas can make your lawn or garden looks much better. These projects are also easy to build even from repurposed or upcycled materials without breaking your bank.
DIY Wicker Basket Storage
This wicker basket is so simple that can handle some garden items or garden shed. What you can do is to hang the baskets on the desk and then use them to keep all small tools or toys for your garden. In addition, wicker baskets are so inexpensive that you can go to the local thrift stores. Goodwill, for example, offers a dollar or so each.
DIY Inexpensive Bolt Hangers
Whether you are using large or huge bolts at any hardware stores or home improvement stores, these things can save your space. Use bolts so you can hang any items to keep everything well organized. Large bolts can be the best choice to hold your gardening essentials like watering can or gloves. Eventually, the bolts are perfect to hang drying towels or garden hose.
DIY Storage Rack For Bikes
This bike storage rack is so brilliant. It is more than just to store your bikes all together to organize, but it is also about sliding the bikes into the rack as the hidden storage. This bikes rack can be the best addition to your lawn so everything outside looks cleaner and more organized while protecting your bikes from the weather. If it is almost impossible to build a garage to store your bikes, you can try this one.
Easy DIY Bench For Outdoor Storage
So, you can go at the home improvement store or department store to buy this outdoor storage bench, but the cost is the real matter. You need to spend up to $100 just to get this one. But, if you have more time to make this DIY bench, it is better. Otherwise, you should spend that money to invest in this bench since they can work as a bench while offering a hidden storage solution to handle your gardening items.
DIY Storage Solution For Garden Shed
You can make this tool storage shed that is so simple but helpful to keep your garden tools well organized. The storage garden here can protect your tools from the weather. What you should do is to build it in any area. It is small that will never take too much space. You can make it from the leftover pieces from your previous projects.
Easy Tool Shed Organizer DIY
Next, you can add this one to organize your tool shed. It is a nice addition to hide anything. Get the plastic bins at the Dollar Store and then use it to hold gloves and other items. Add the closet bars to hold your tools and hang it.
DIY Garden Hose Holder
Head to the Dollar Store or the nearest thrift store in your area and then buy a galvanized bucket. It is a perfect storage for holding your garden hose. The hose fit is great to stay there with other gardening items to store.
DIY Outdoor Garbage Cans
Outside garbage cans can be a great way to keep trash out of your house. But, what can you do to organize the can? Here, this DIY storage area is a perfect place for the garbage can. It is easy to build and the place makes it a little bit away from the door. You can keep the trash can off the ground so that it is so much easier to move the curb.
DIY Storage Bench For Garden Hose
This bench is a nice addition to hide away your garden hose and other garden items. You can make it as your DIY project to build in just two days and you can make it under $200. This is cheaper way to have a bench with the hidden storage. It also works best for extra seating.
DIY Mailbox Garden Tool Holder
If you replace your mailbox, do not throw away the old one. You can transform the old one into the adorable storage solution for your garden tools. If you have no old mailbox, you can go to the thrift store to find a metal mailbox. Otherwise, buy it at the home improvement store for about $10. It can be a nice decorative piece to complete your outdoor living spaces, too.