Are you tired of never finding your gardening tools, or constantly seeing toys thrown around your yard? Don’t worry about this any longer! Here are great ways to turn ordinary items into extraordinary yard storage. Think of it as your own personal storage unit, but cute!
Dresser Converted to Drink Station
Turn an old dresser into a great outdoor drink station. Perfect for a patio space, this is the best way to reuse an old dresser with peeling paint. Idea from Home Talk.
Small Storage Shed
The Cavender Diary recommends building a small shed on the side of your house, if you don’t have the room or the need for a full sized one.
Keep your tools out of the rain with this adorable mailbox turned literal tool shed. Idea from Home Talk.
Pallet projects are quite literally endless. Use a pallet to roll up your hose and store your gardening tools. You could hang this on a fence or on the side of your house. Instructions can be found here.
If you are in need of seating room and storage space, these would be great for you. Benches that double as a storage area are great for smaller yards and patios. Add some fun throw pillows for a colorful touch.
Repurpose a rusty rake and turn it into a gardening tool holder. Great for muddy tools that you don’t want to bring indoors!
More commonly used in bedrooms or bathrooms, pocket organizers can be a great way to store garden gloves, bags of fertilizer, or seed packets. Credit for this goes to The Coupon Project.
Home Depot gets the credit for this genius idea. If you are really lacking storage space, create a pull out drawer from your deck. This is fabulous if you want to keep your backyard looking uncluttered.
If you have little ones, it is common to see toys strewn about your lawn or sandbox. Incorporate labeled pails in our outdoor space so everything has a place. The labels will help your kids put items away correctly! Project credit goes to Domestic Charm.
PVC Pipe Parking Garage
Hide little cars and other toys under a PVP pipe frame. Create a curtain to keep the eyes off the kiddie toys when entertaining. Idea from Mom Endeavors.
If room in the garage is lacking, use a bike storage shed to store your wheels. This helps to protect your bike from weather.
Keep your wood out of the rain, and stored neatly with these incredible wood sheds from Single Track.