The simplest option, which does not require either effort or special monetary costs, is a rail. You may be familiar with this item from the kitchen, where such a bar with holders is usually hung on an apron near the stove and sink. For garden tools, the railing should be larger, and you can hang it anywhere – in the garage, shed, just on the outer wall of the outbuilding.
Homemade holders for shovels, hoes and other tools with long handles. We already touched on this topic in the article on storing tools in the workshop, but there are so many ideas that options can be supplemented.
Garden hose. An important inventory that tends to roll on garden paths and get in the way. You can purchase a special hose reel, or you can fold it into such a compact box, which has also become an unusual tall flower bed.
Hanging shelves and containers for small items. There are also plenty of small garden tools on the site, so they need their own storage space. This option looks modern, comfortable, everything is in its place, next to.
These homemade garden tool holders will only work if the shovel and rake have a matching handle with a hole..
Purchased plastic stand for all tools used in the garden. It is convenient that the stand is light, in summer it can be installed somewhere under a canopy, not far from the beds themselves, and for the winter it can be hidden in a shed or country house..
This option can be called a garden cabinet. You can build one yourself or use an outdated wardrobe that no longer has a place at home. Everything in one place, protected from bad weather and moisture.
A similar option, conveniently and compactly attached to the wall of the shed. The advantage of garden cabinets for inventory can be called the presence of a door that hides not always an attractive picture, as well as the ability to equip shelves to fit your needs.
Mobile wooden box on wheels. There is where to insert the handles of tall garden tools, hang and put smaller tools. In addition, this storage can easily “travel” around the site, moving closer to the work site.
Double cabinet that simultaneously protects the electric meter and shield from external influences and moisture, and also serves as a storage for a hose and small garden tools.
If you have a lawn mower on your property, you can purchase or build a separate “garage” for it. There will be enough room in it for other garden tools, for example, a hose for watering the lawn after a mow..
Old mailbox. Gloves, garden shears, small spatulas for digging out tubers and transplanting flowers can be conveniently folded. Can be installed directly at the garden bed, so as not to look for the necessary devices in the barn.
Finally, examples of how a properly organized storage system for garden tools in a barn or garage can look neat and beautiful in its own way. Racks, rails, open shelves, small boxes – all this can be used to get rid of chaos and put things in order in such a large enough storage.