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22 Oct 2020

3 Garden storage ideas you wish you had known before! (with extra pro tips!)



Is your garden along with the area around it overflowing with tchotchkes, gardening tools, pallets, and chairs? Do you miss the sight of grass that’s now tucked under your kids’ toys and other sports equipment? It sounds like you could use some of our curated garden storage ideas and experience garden nirvana! Let’s delve.

A seat that doubles up as a storage space

On the face of it, it’s a charming wooden pew, but the sitting platform, when lifted, offers a great amount of storage for your children’s toys and whatnots. This kind of setting is a must in a family garden. Say no to tripping over marbles or footballs and say yes to some extra seating! It’s always welcome, no?

Shed your worries, literally

If you don’t have a garden shed, you should make one for yourself, it’s pretty easy. It’s just a small storage space to throw in (mind you, neatly) your garden paraphernalia. And if you already have one, even a small one (size doesn’t matter here), you're off to a great start. Now you have to make sure you make the most of your shed. Time for some pro tips.

Pro tip 1 - Use it carefully, take care of it just like you’d tend to your home sweet home.

Pro tip 2 – Hang hooks onto the walls to utilise wall space

Pro tip 3 – Install shelving to further optimise vertical space usage

Pro tip 4 – Only put frequently used things on the floor. But, if you can manage to put these on the shelves or over the hooks, there’s nothing like it! Let there be ample space for your feet to happily move around without getting hurt.

Sorting out kids’ toys

Now’s the time for garden storage ideas for the most difficult part - children's toys. But it’s not as complicated as you may think. Just remember one thing that young kids love to hang out in the garden. So, if you have little ones, encourage them to prance around in the garden. But what about them footballs, bats, swimming tubs, and other toys populating your garden? We’ve got you covered. Put up combination-furniture which would serve as garden storage for their toys and double up as a place to rest when they’re tired and want to take a siesta.

Pro tip 1 – Keep it at a low height to make it easy for your little ones to access it and fall in love with it!

Pro tip 2 – With the change of seasons, reconsider and replace things. For example, your kid would want a football or an inflatable swimming pool in the summer, but not really in winter. And what do you do when you don’t have a separate place for things you or your kids don’t need at the moment? You contact us at Beirut Storage for safe and secure storage units at affordable prices. It’s a win-win!



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