Make the Most of your Tool Shed with these 5 DIY Storage Hacks


Are you constantly losing track of nails, screws, bolts, and other small items? There are several storage solutions for keeping track of your smallest hard-to-find pieces. Some of those solutions may be right under your nose!

Try these DIY storage hacks for your tool shed! 

Old Containers

Storage containers can be created from tons of different household items. Nesquik containers, laundry detergent bottles, and Altoids tins are just a few examples. Cupcake and muffin trays also make for surprisingly effective storage spaces!


Shoe Organizer

A hanging shoe organizer can be the perfect storage solution for many of your needs. From small nuts and bolts to household cleaners, keep everything right where you can see it! Watch more DIY storage hacks below:

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Magnetic Strip

Attaching an adhesive magnetic strip to wood will make a great storage place for your drill bits and other small, magnetic pieces. If you don’t want to go the DIY route, pick up a magnetic knife holder at your local cookware store.Organize nails and bits + DIY Storage Hacks + Cook Portable Warehouses


Belt/Tie Organizer

Use a belt or tie organizer to hang your wrenches in one easy-to-find place.


PVC Pipe

If your bungee cords are often tangled, find a PVC pipe that’s a few inches longer than your longest cord.  Stretch the cords from end to end across the pipe. Drill holes within the pipe to store smaller cords that won’t reach all the way.

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