3. Create a workstation.
Like getting your hands dirty? Whether you do a little wrenching or crafting on the weekends or dedicate every evening to a complete engine overhaul, a wall-mounted workbench can help you corral that at-home project into one convenient central location. Nestled comfortably among your new cabinets — and with easy access to tools, supplies and spare parts — your personalized workstation allows you to track, organize and tackle each new task with ease and efficiency. Available in a variety of configurations, workstations can be customized to meet your specific needs and space requirements.
4. Look to the sky.
There’s no better place to look than up for maximizing space in your garage. Overhead storage racks are great for keeping your patio furniture, camping coolers and Christmas tree out of sight during the offseason — as well as any other item you need only on rare occasion. Mounted securely on your garage ceiling, these hanging baskets provide a wall-to-wall storage option for tucking away the boxes, bins and even boats piling up in your parking space.
5. Pull out all the stops.
Big items require big storage solutions. If you’re searching for a better, more innovative way to keep canoes, campers and even truck toppers out of sight, a rope-and-pulley storage system may be the answer. Expanding on the idea of overhead hooks — an idea popular with professional garage organizers — a customized pulley system offers the twofold benefit of easy storage and unrivaled accessibility.
Carefully designed and installed to get the most from your overhead space, pulley systems make it possible to raise and lower large objects at your convenience — giving you access to space you may have forgotten even existed.