Cabinets help – if you think cabinets only belong in your home, you are wrong. Cabinets are the perfect addition to your shed if you want to have that extra space for tools or practically anything you want to store there. Installing a few of them inside is not overly complicated, and the benefits are significant. Apart from the extra storage they provide, they are also a way to organise your items better. Depending on cabinet size, you may even be able to store everything inside, which makes the area neat and tidy.
Install a peg rail organiser – if you are more into finding your tools immediately, without them lying around, then a peg organiser is an excellent option. You add pegs to the board/wall and hang your tools there. You can sort your tools there, where they will be readily available for grabbing. You can add different levels of height, depending on what items you want to keep there. Pegs aren’t expensive, nor are they challenging to place on the wall.
Cups of plastic on a pegboard – if you want to take the idea of a pegboard organiser one step further, go with hanging plastic cups there. Drill two holes in each cup so that you can secure it on the pegboard with zip ties. You can then use the cups to place small parts in, such as pens and screws, without them contributing to any clutter around.
An organiser with magnetic strips – if you want a unique way to organise your tools, then a magnetic strip organiser is right for you. If your drill bits and other metal tools are always getting in the way of other items, you can place them on a magnetic strip on one of the walls inside the shed. This saves you the need to get large toolboxes in place.
Paint the floor – if you want to add a touch of style to your shed, paint the floor. This does little in regards to organisation, but it does contribute to the visual appeal. Your shed’s going to look neater that way.