I am so excited today to be a part of a hugely talented and awesome group of professional designers and bloggers as a part of the monthly Oliohop by Olioboard. This months theme fits right in with what we’ve been talking about here …. ORGANIZATION. Let’s get started and then when you are done here I’v e left you a list of the other amazing pros to visit, they are sure to have tons of other ideas on how to get organized!!!
This weekend my family, including Mom, spent a day of record high temperatures in our newly organized garage. We had our first garage sale and I have to say although it was scorching hot, being in an organized clutter free space really made our sale much more tolerable.
As promised I have created a mood/source board for our garage. If you are new to our site please check out Garage Organization Part 1 and Garage Organization Part 2 to learn more tips on how to organize this space and for more pictures.
All items in this Source board are actual items used in my garage even down to the blue Rubbermaid bins. I bought those suckers 12 years ago! As mentioned before we choose to use the FastTrack by Rubbermaid wall storage racks, they are easy to install and very affordable.
To see all items featured on this board simply click on the picture, it will take you to Olioboard and you can create an account. There you can see all of the details and stores from which these items were purchased.
I wanted to create a fun Girly Garage Oraganization board to show that with the same methods used in my garage, you can create a space that is organized but serves different purposes. This space is used for gardening, woodworking, crafts and storage. Oh, my dream garage, it’s a space where I could get my hands in the dirt, use power tools and still feel feminine. I choose to use the wall system by Flow Wall which creates not only a workspace but a ton of storage. Using the tips from Garage Organization Part 1 and Part 2 we successfully created another stylish but organized garage. Tips I follow to create organization in the Garage include…
- Make it a room
- Choose a versatile storage system
- Use wall Space
- Store Small Items in Containers and bins
- Label shelves, bins and hooks
- Create Zones
- Don’t forget the Details
By following these organization tips you are quickly on your way to a more organized garage. Having a clean and organized space has had a huge impact on our lives. Now, are you ready to tackle your garage? Try out your ideas on Olioboard, you can’t lose it’s free! I would love to see any boards you come up with so link them up in the comments section
Don’t forget to visit these other amazing designers and professional organizers. We have some awesome talent participating in this bloghop make sure you check them out. I know I will.
Wonderful Bloggers To Visit
Kate of @DabbleInChic –BLOG: http://dabbleinchic.blogspot.
Selma of @DesignerSelma –BLOG: http://blog.selmahammer.com
Colette of @frugalfinds1 — BLOG: http://frugal-finds.net
Julie of @gosimplysavvy –BLOG: http://gosimplysavvy.com/blog
Joanne of @homestyling101 –BLOG: http://homestyling101.
Marilyn of @Marilyn_Russell –BLOG:http://design-magnifique.com/
Tamara of @myurbaneclectic –BLOG: http://myurbaneclectic.com
Lynda of @nyclq — BLOG: http://nyclq-focalpoint.
Lindsey of @pinkletandc–BLOG: http://pinkletandc.blogspot.
Antoinette of @PUSHinteriors–BLOG http://pushinteriors.
Katrina of @seasideinterior–BLOG: http://seasideinteriors.ca
Stacy Naquin of @StacyNaquin–BLOG: http://stacynaquininteriors.
Ana of @whitelinenintrs– BLOG: http://whitelineninteriors.
Betty of @WisteriaHome– BLOG: http://wisteriahome.blogspot.