Garage storage ideas that help organize clutter, that’s what I need. How about you?
But many of these solutions cost a lot of money and take a long time to build.
I don’t necessarily want to spend a whole day putting together a gargantuan shelving unit that costs $300.
Something that organizes my stuff and gets it up off the floor, that’s what I want. And being able to park my car in the garage again would be nice as well!!
I’m a huge fan of Family Handyman and found a really cool sliding storage system for garage ceilings on their site.
What attracted me to the idea is that you only need a few supplies and some sturdy plastic totes (the kind that you use to store holiday decorations).
For roughly $100 and about 2.5 hours of labor this mini project is hard to pass up. C’mon, I’ll show you how easy it is to build!!
There’s nothing better than extraordinary transformations.
These 4 projects show you why imagination is the key ingredient to DIY.
I’m flat-out impressed by Gail, Carrie, Ashley, Melissa & Stephanie. KEEP READING
I’m going to start a fire.
It’s not real, just imaginary.
Every Wednesday I’ll be posting great DIY ideas that you should check out.
So this week here are 5 that I think you’ll love.
Who knows, maybe these creative tips will spark an idea for your own home.
Read the title and if you like it click the link.
Quick. Easy. Fun. KEEP READING
I’ve got a secret, our garage has mildew.
And unfortunately the solution will cost us thousands to fix.
For now we have to deal with the moisture that seeps through the cinderblock.
Since my wife has bad asthma and allergies we can’t use bleach, the strong odor gives her asthma attacks.
Awhile back I wrote a post about using Wet and Forget Shower. I love the product because it works, is easy to use, and doesn’t have noxious chemicals to breathe. It’s made a huge difference with our tiled shower’s appearance.
So when I heard that Wet and Forget Indoor was available, I was super excited to try it. KEEP READING
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the thought of getting your home ready for the holidays?
It’s stressful to say the least, right?
Sometimes it’s nice to get a little help in the form of quick tips on cleaning, decorating, and organization.
You may not need every single idea.
But it only takes one really good tip to transform a home.
Over 79,000 people have shared these projects with their friends. So I’m willing to bet that’ll you’ll like them, too.