Flatware Tray to Hold ToolsWe have this extra flatware tray from Ikea. It would cost more time/gas to go return it for $1.29, but I figured out what to use it for today. The perfect tool organizer for my husband's go to frequently used items - screwdrivers, box cutter, hammer, Sharpie, and tire pressure gauge. Everything fits nicely! This is an inexpensive option to help organize tools.
Upright Storage for Long-handled ToolsLong handled tools, such as garden tools and others can be difficult to store without them constantly falling over. One solution involves a plastic planter and tomato cages. This page offers a solution for upright storage for long-handled tools.
Using Buckets as Garden Storage ContainersOrganizing your garden implements can be made easier with buckets. This page is about using buckets as garden storage containers.
Using a Peg Board to Organize a WorkshopInstalling a piece of pegboard in your shop is a good way to help organize your tools. This is a page about using a peg board to organize a workshop.
Organizing Fishing SuppliesThis page is about organizing fishing supplies. Keeping your fishing tackle ready for your next outing, saves time and hassle when it's time to go fish.
Storing Vacuum Cleaner AccessoriesThis is a page about storing vacuum cleaner accessories. Some vacuums come with numerous accessories that need to be stored when not being used. Finding a good way to store them will make it easier to find them when you need them.
Organizing Garden ToolsThis is a page about organizing garden tools. Disorganized garden tools can quickly turn into a tangled mess. It is also nice to be able to find the right tool when you need it.
Organizing Your ToolsThis is a page about ways to organize your tools so they are easy to find when you need them. Have you ever spent hours looking for a tool? Organizing your tools can make home improvement projects quicker and save you money by avoiding buying duplicate tools.
Storing Tools in an Apartment?Any ideas on where/how to store "garage type" items (tools, drills, staple gun, spackle, electrical supplies,etc) when you live in an apartment and have no garage?