With an assortment of tools, wood, and other DIY supplies, a messy workspace is inevitable – unless you invest in the proper storage. Organizing your workshop not only helps keep floors and surfaces clear, it allows you to get a much better idea of your inventory, thus saving you from buying more of what you may already own. You can outfit an entire garage with storage cabinets and wall mounts to maximize space, or simply get a small unit that can be rolled into a corner of your work room. Read on to learn how to organize your workshop in 10 easy ways.
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This customizable system keeps items organized and visible while making the most of otherwise unused wall space.
$39.98, Sam’s Club
Organize tools on this custom-built station that lets you to recharge devices in upright fashion while avoiding electrical clutter.
This 10-tool organizer allows you to sort through pliers with ease.
Invest in a storage cabinet that can contain all your workshop needs; mount tools and clamps on the walls, store groupings of fasteners in the bins below, and use the surface as a workspace.
For those who don’t need a surplus of storage but need help keeping things tidy, this 44-piece unit can do the job.
No more leaning rakes in the corner of the garage.
With this massive organizer, you’ll never have to worry about small, loose bits getting mixed in together or lost. Just be sure to take advantage of a label maker.
Store tools, parts, and more on this mobile cart that locks and provides a workspace on top.
Leverage your walls from floor to ceiling with this slat and hook bundle. The system is made from 90% recycled materials which hooks can hang onto to hold bins, tools, and other items.
Seasoned carpenters and aspiring woodworkers can both make great use of this six-shelf lumber storage.