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The barn garage has a ceiling and walls (fall in love)

PVC pipe for storing garden shed tools... genius!

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My Grandpa Wilson had the best pegboard wall going down into the basement. Everything on that wall was always so organized. *sigh* If only I could convince Billy to put stuff back where he got it. :-/

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Easy to see, easy to grab plier rack What's on your walls? Neat storage ideas! - Page 15 - The Garage Journal Board

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from BuzzBuzzHome News

23 clever ways to declutter your garage

23 clever ways to unclutter your garage

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from eHow

9 Things Your Cat Is Trying to Tell You

Here are some simple yet creative ideas to get you started in shed organization and get the most space possible.

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from Charles & Hudson

How To Transform Your Garage Into the Ultimate Home Workshop

This great idea from Charles & Hudson shows a well organized garage. This is one area typically overlooked when putting your home on the market. An organized garage can be the stuff of dreams for some home buyers, however, so a little effort is more than worth it to make this space the best it can possibly be!

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from Hometalk

12 Clever Garage Storage Ideas from Highly organized People

s 13 clever garage storage ideas from highly organized people, garages, organizing, storage ideas, Make a tool holder from pallets

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from instructables.com

Garden Tool Rack

Garden Tool Storage, great idea so not all propped up in corner

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from Home Stories A to Z

Home Buying Moment: 5 Essential Tips for New Homeowners

WOW -- just wow!! Love love love this organization in their garage! DIY Garage pegboard for tools, spray paint and supplies. Only need 5.5 inches for depth. {The Creativity Exchange}

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from The Family Handyman

Savvy Home Tool Storage

Saw off short pieces of 1-1/2-, 2- or 3-in. PVC plumbing pipe with 45-degree angles on one end. Screw them to a board to hold paintbrushes, pencils, stir sticks and just about any other narrow paraphernalia in your garage. Mount them by drilling a 1/4-in. hole in the angled end, and then drive a 1-5/8-in. drywall screw through the hole into the board.

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