Items in the garage tend to get cluttered after a while, but Eric Stromer has a solution. He's created the ultimate store-all organizational unit that you can easily build in your home. With a peg board, wood and some PVC pipe, you'll have a place to put everything, including your brooms and baseballs.
Clear out an area in your garage. Hang furring strips on the wall and then attach peg board to the strips. Use a screw every 12-14 inches to hold the peg board flat against the furring strips.
Use smaller furring strips at the bottom of the peg board to begin your floor bin. Screw in the right side piece and repeat for the left and center divider of the cabinet. Then screw in the front panel to complete the cubby. Use the same method for your side shelving. 1x12 pine will work just fine.
Pre-drill holes in PVC pipe and fasten to the back of the peg board. These will keep things like brooms and mops in order.
You can also use a piece of PVC pipe with a 90-degree on it to hold baseballs, tennis balls, etc. Just drill a hole into the back and attach to the peg board at your desired height.
Items You'll Need
- Furring strips
- Peg board
- 1x12 pine pieces
- PVC Pipe