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DIY Chair Cushion Storage Solution

DIY Chair Cushion Storage Solution-Tired of your cushions constantly full of falling leaves? Here is your fix! diy | diy storeage | summer solution | diy chairs | chair solutions | diy home decor | diy | decor | storage | cushions | cushion storage

11 Ways to Keep Your Workshop Neat and Tidy

Make your time in the workshop more productive by keeping a clutter-free and clean workshop with these tried-and-true tips.

37 Pictures That Will Make Everything OK In The World

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105 Genius Home Organization Ideas

The best home organization ideas for every room in your house. Your guide to create stylish organized spaces. Plus, where to get the best storage solutions and organization hacks you wish you would've thought of sooner!

RYOBI NATION - Spray Can / Caulk Storage

I needed a solution for storing and organizing spray paint cans and tubes of caulk. The unit is 18”W x 46”H with shelves mounted at 31.5 degree angle to accommodate 60 cans of paint, 80 tubes of caulk, or any combination of both. The unit is mounted on a French Cleat which makes it easy to mount and move around as desired.

An organized garage: Finding order from chaos - NewlyWoodwards

Bring on the champagne, red roses, and romantic music. I’ve officially fallen in love. With our new organized garage. We desperately needed a functional and organized garage and workshop for our family. And it was less about design than about function. (Although I think we accomplished both in the end.) Before I agreed to take this project […]

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28 Life-Changing Garage Organization Ideas

These tips will help you reduce the clutter and get your garage back in order. Find out our best garage organization tips here.

Spray Paint Rack Improvements

Spray Paint Rack Improvements: I had built a spray paint rack a few weeks back to try and do some tidying up but I wasn't satisfied with the end result. So in this Instructable I'll show you how I fixed the two things I wasn't happy with.1. The rack needs a back to prevent spray…

5 forgotten garage storage areas - LIFE, CREATIVELY ORGANIZED

Is it hard to find anything in your garage? Wish you had room to park your car in there? Here are 5 forgotten garage storage areas you can put to good use!

20 Can Spray Paint or Lube Can Wall Mount Storage Holder Rack

Ships in Two Days or Less !!!! I was getting tired of my spray cans taking up shelf space and constantly falling over so I designed and cut this rack on our CNC machine using Renewable 1/2" Baltic Birch. NO Plastic. The quality is fantastic and It works great. Easy to mount using two screws. It also has a little pocket to store your nozzles and those troublesome red spray tubes that are always getting lost. Dimensions are 27.5" tall, 14.25" wide, 5" deep. Holds 20 standard 2-5/8" spray…

Yard Tool Storage

This versatile, stackable storage rack is perfect for keeping your yard/garden organized and easily accessible. They are designed to be stackable (see pictures) while maintaining the same spacing between tool slots. So you can make the rack as tall as you would like in 18" increments. I included pictures of 5 racks stacked totaling 7'6" tall and 15 tool slots holding 29 various tools. Each set includes two sides that are 18" long and have 3 tool slots each. Each slot has the potential…

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Some of these designs, like skeleton bicycle, are innovative because of their looks. However, others might be innovative because of their functionality.

53 Cheap Kitchen Organization Ideas On A Budget - Cuisine

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off 600rr.met I saw all my helmets sitting around and decided to put some pipe to good use. As you can see each helmet is on its own stand with nothing touching it except inside. This is really easy and just looking at it you can figure the process out. If anyone wants me to right it up I will. I plan on painting it soon. i thought it was going to be a lot but ended up being less than $40. http://www.rgvcycles.com/pics/diy/helmetrack/1.jpg