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DIY Shelving Options for Your Shed

Posted by Cook Portable Warehouses

Jul 13, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Whether you use your shed as a workshop or just a storage area, you want to be able to find what you need when you need it. So, the first step is getting your shed organized! Here are 5 steps to help you get everything in the right place.

Part of organizing well is utilizing your space efficiently. Of course you can purchase plastic or wood shelving that can fit inside your shed. Or you can mix and match! Purchase a large shelving unit and then use your DIY skills to make additional storage options.

Here are some great DIY shelving options for your portable building.

DIY Shelving Options for your Shed

-PVC Pipe Shelving

PVC Pipe can be used for so many different things. Check out this idea for storing your sports equipment!

But, whether you’re looking for functional or something with style, this is a great use of PVC Pipe, spray paint and leftover wood pieces.


-Wooden Crates

Wooden Crates for Shelving

Wooden crates you can leave plain, or you can paint or stain them to match it to your decor. There are many options with these!

If you decide to stack them, it is a good idea to still attach them to the wall. You don’t want them to later topple down on you, breaking all of your things.

Or, you can use brackets to attach them to the wall as high up as you would like.  


-Plastic Crates

If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to add shelving to your portable building, this is the way to go! Even if you get a simple milk crate, that doesn’t mean you can’t spruce it up a little with spray paint.


-Bracketed Shelving

Your ceiling space sometimes goes unused, so maximize it with proper shelving! Attach brackets and wood shelving closer to the ceiling so you can use your space wisely.  For extra storage attach wire shelving below it to hold smaller equipment like sports balls. Just make sure you’re screwing the brackets into the studs that line the wall.

 

 

For more tips and ideas on organizing your portable building, read and watch these resources below:

-Important Do’s and Don'ts to Remember When Organizing your Shed [VIDEO]

-Top 5 Inexpensive Tips to Decorate and Organize your Storage Building

-9 Creative, Inexpensive Ways to Organize your Garden Shed

When everything has a set place it’s much easier to stay organized down the road. With the quality that Cook Portable Warehouses are made from, you don’t have to worry about your things. Instead, you can focus on just creating your work space or storage space the way you want it.

Make Your Shed into the Ultimate Workshop!

Topics: Shed Ideas