Use a large, galvanized bucket like this one to organize your hose! This is great because the hose coils inside really well and is easy to use still when you need it.
Make your own rolling cart to store some of your backyard items! It works well for just about anything and is nice to be able to move around where you want it.
Just make it simple when it comes to organizing. Use a bunch of baskets, tubs, or buckets to organize everything in your backyard with labels.
This pool organization is so easy to do! Just find a big planter box or storage container you can use and roll up your towels inside so you can grab one whenever you need.
Kids love having outdoor toys they can play with but it can make a big mess if they don’t have a designated place to put everything. Make a covered storage unit for their toys so they can be tucked away when they aren’t being played with.
Hang a rake upside down and use each prong to hang some of your hand tools. This is great for organizing them and also looks cute too.
For larger garden tools, make or buy a little gardening shed to store everything. It looks great and will keep everything together so it’s easy to find when you need your tools.
Put a storage bench in your backyard to keep everything organized. It will provide some extra seating and can be used to store almost anything!
Pallets are fabulous in so many ways! Just use a large pallet (and you can even paint it) and put some hooks on it so you can organize items in your backyard.
How great is this idea?! Keep your garbage can hidden in your backyard or along the side of your house. It will look so much better than having it out in the open.
If you have lots of sports equipment or other loose items you need to find space for, use storage containers like these. They stack really well and the clear side panels make it easy to see what is inside and take out what you need.
Make an outdoor cart with all kids of fun activities you can do this summer! The best part is, it’s easy to take inside and out whenever you need.
Use a large cargo net to store pool floaties! You can fit so much inside the net, they won’t blow away, and you can even leave things inflated when you store them.
It’s always a good idea to have a drying rack for towels and swimming suits! Make a cute DIY rack like this and you will be so happy you did.
Use a pallet to organize pool noodles. The noodles will fit really well between the panels and it’s the perfect size!