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25 Outdoor Storage Tips

Organize your outdoor space with helpful tips and tricks, like using a wood pallet to hold pool toys. Secure shelves to the fence and use the extra space for gardening tools. Enjoy the sunshine and get ready for summer with these 25 Outdoor Storage Tips…

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  • Pallet Garden Storage 2 of 26
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    Use a pallet to house all of your gardening tools.
    Find out more at Our Little Acre.

  • Filing Cabinet Storage 3 of 26
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    Use an old filing cabinet to hold your bulky outdoor tools.
    Find out more at Trash to Treasure.

  • Labeled Bins 4 of 26
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    Go vertical and label pails with kids' toys for small space organization.
    Spotted at Random Thoughts of a Supermom.

  • Makeshift Mudroom 5 of 26
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    Create a mudroom outside for a versatile storage option.
    Check it out at Coastal Cottage.

  • Toy Tire Storage 6 of 26
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    Upcycle some tires for a cute storage solution for toys.


    Check it out at Curbly.

  • Pool Storage 7 of 26
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    A pallet is an affordable solution to wrangle your pool items.
    Find out more at Funky Junk Interiors.

  • Hanging Bar 8 of 26
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    This hanging bar is a great small space solution for outdoor entertaining.
    Find out more at HGTV.

  • Table Cooler 9 of 26
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    Build a cooler into your table for easy drink storage.
    Spotted at Redesign Revolution.

  • Pool Caddy 10 of 26
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    A poolside caddy is great way to organize and store sunny day essentials.
    Spotted at I Heart Naptime.

  • Old Door 11 of 26
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    Use an old door and shelf for a potting station.
    Check it out at Scrap Hacker.

  • Ladder Station 12 of 26
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    Put shelves on an old ladder for a plant storage or a potting station.
    Find out more at Sunset.

  • Bolt Rack 13 of 26
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    Bolt a shelf to your fence to store outdoor plants and gardening accessories.
    Find out more at Remodelista.

  • Hanging Potting Station 14 of 26
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    A hanging potting station is a great storage solution for small space gardeners.
    Spotted at Flaming Petal.

  • Hose Wrap 15 of 26
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    Create a pretty wrap to store your hose.
    Check it out at Apartment Therapy.

  • Tool Storage 16 of 26
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    Use PVC pipe to store your large outdoor tools.
    Find out more at Ashbee Design.

  • Old Rake Storage 17 of 26
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    Use an old rake to hang gardening tools.
    Spotted at Natalme.

  • Ball Storage 18 of 26
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    Bungee cords wrangle sports balls for functional storage.
    Check it out at Designed to Dwell.

  • Wall Storage 19 of 26
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    Storage bins mounted on the wall are great storage options for shoes or toys.
    Find out more at Decor Hacks.

  • Grill Station 20 of 26
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    If outdoor entertaining is your thing, this grill station is perfect storage for tools and as a prep space for food.
    Spotted at Martha Stewart.

  • Rolling Storage 21 of 26
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    Use a rolling laundry bin outside for fast toy pick up and storage.
    Check it out at Real Simple.

  • Shed Shelves 22 of 26
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    Use shelves on the side of a shed for potted plant storage.
    Find out more at Digging.

  • Bright Storage 23 of 26
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    Peg board and a bright shed make great storage for outside tools.
    Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.

  • Potting Bench 24 of 26
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    Paint a workbench a fun color and create an outdoor potting space.
    Spotted at Our Fifth House.

  • Bench Storage 25 of 26
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    Build a bench to have outdoor furniture and storage in one.
    Check it out at Yahoo.

  • Fence Baskets 26 of 26
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    Hang baskets on fence for toys like chalk and bubbles.
    Spotted at Momnivores Dilemma.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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