Let’s take a closer look at some of the smaller features in this shed.
BHG: Little things like twine or thin wire can be some of the most useful objects in your shed. They can also be some of the hardest to find. Make it easy by turning a toilet paper holder on its side. It makes it a cinch to reach and cut.
BHG: Keep a calendar of landscaping activities and you won’t have to guess when you last fertilized the lawn or planted seeds. This one is metal, creating a convenient place to secure plant tags, seed packets, and small parts with magnetic holders.
This is sooooo smart to have right in your shed or garage. Great way to keep track. Anyone in the house can look at it, so that no one over fertilizes or anything else for that matter. Also a great place to keep your plant tags. This way you don’t forget all the details of each plant. If you ever have to move it, you know the name of the plant, the type of light it likes, etc. A corkboard and a whiteboard might just be moving into our shed. We will see though. Super great idea for sure.
Yup this is how our shed and our yard for that matter looked on the day of our closing. Yes, the previous owners were not all cleaned up before we closed on the house. But they got it done the following day. We had a lot of cleaning up to do even after they took all of their belongings with them.
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So has anyone else organized their shed or garage recently? Any tips for me? Any products you really love? Should I paint it white on the inside? Maybe another color? Let’s hear it all. Everyone enjoying their Spring so far? Did you start planting yet?
Thanks for stopping by everyone!!! Have a great Holiday weekend!!! Happy Easter and Happy Passover to everyone!!!