Holds up to 11 tools, and is able to hold up to 7 pounds of weight per slot. This garden tool organizer comes with 5 slots, along with multiple hooks to hold other tools. Also, the garden organizer features a compact design. One amazing feature of this product is the fact is can be placed in just about any area you could imagine, inside or outside. This is due to the products simple design, making organizing your tools simple.

Black peg panel board easily mounts to wall. Mounting hardware not included. Saves you time and energy. Includes 18 small red bins each capable of handling up to 2 lbs. Of load and 12 blue bins – each…

This sturdy and versatile Excel work bench is made from durable steel to withstand any job. The bench features two lockable drawer…s to store project essentials and a red industrial powder-coat paint finish for a bold look. Colors/finish: Red industrial… read more

Carmel Phillips of Our Fifth House wanted to make the most of the small square footage of her master closet. The master closet has a small footprint, so utilizing and maximizing the vertical space was key, says Carmel. Stackable shoe shelves keep valuable floor space available for a dressing area.

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In a startling move that created a litany of speculation, Hope Hicks officially resigned as President Trump’s White House communications director this month. Following this, an in-depth profile on Hicks and the cast of characters surrounding her departure was published by New York magazine; it also dove into the intricacies of the famously private White House staffer’s daily routines—and one thing that stood out was the details of her office. Described as a “first-floor broom closet that in the past had been assigned to presidential secretaries,” Hicks’s office was feet from the Oval Office, where Trump would frequently shout for her assistance. “‘Hope!’ he’d scream,” the New York piece reads. “‘Hopey!’ ‘Hipster!’ ‘Get in here!’”

Organize your auto lubricants, fluids and other items in this simple shelf/work table cabinet. You can mount a fold-up door on special hinges, but we’ll show you a faster method that requires just a couple of bucks’ worth of hardware. Find everything you need to know to build this cabinet here.

This system also makes it easier to take down the bikes when they’re hanging over a parked car, a boat or a big mess like in my garage. That’s because you can pull or push the bikes clear of the obstruction before you lower it. I’ve been using mine for almost a year now, and I love it. You can buy a Saris Cycle Glide for $245 at bike stores or online.

The challenge: This compact space has a very specific purpose: storing the tools you need to get household jobs done. But with brooms, mops and unwieldy vacuum hoses tumbling out, and a jumble of cleaning products in the way, what should be quick and easy can be a real headache. These tips will help you choose the right spot for storing housekeeping necessities and organize them well.

This metal storage shed will be perfect for storing a wide variety of tools and equipment.This storage shed has 4 vents, 2 in the …front and 2 in the rear, ensuring excellent ventilation.The double sliding doors in the front allow easy entry and… read more

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Just don’t be a moron like me and buy this mop with a regular bucket. *facepalm* I took a quick look at this article while at Target last night to buy a mop, and somehow I missed the part where you said there was no wringer on it. Guess who had to wring out the mop by hand when I went to use it…

You don’t have to be a cabinetmaker to build big, sturdy cabinets— especially if you build them in place. All you have to do is screw 2x2s to the wall and ceiling and then screw plywood panels to the 2x2s to form the top, bottom and sides of cabinet boxes. This approach is simple, fast and economical; the materials cost about $250.

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