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Garage Storage Space Must-Have Ideas For Productivity



There are seasons when your garage is just a place to park your car, motorcycle, or bicycle. With garage space, there are also times when it becomes a productivity area. This situation happens with people who are also working as part-time musicians or band members. People who are writing a book might decide to move down to the garage to have their private space. Those who are doing podcasts can also use the garage as an alternative for better creativity. Many people are again moving their tools in the garage for better reasons. It is a place that is near the garden. So it makes sense to put garden tools inside the garage. It is also the place you pass after a drive from work. It helps when you have good garage organization ideas. Some people also prefer to work on something real quick before retiring. And lastly, some people are inspired to do creative things around their cars, bicycles, or motorcycles.

Storage Ideas For Productivity Hours
These garage organization ideas can help you with your day-to-day struggles with creativity. Are you writing in your garage? Have the right place to store writing essentials. You cannot summon creativity at will. It only comes to you in its own time. It's great to have something inside your garage that you can grab real quick. If you are working on a book, it is great to have storage space for papers and pens. Even though we have gone digital, there are still people who rely on the magic of scribbling.

Setting Up Your Garage
Here’s how to set up your productivity area in your garage. You can choose any corner that you feel comfortable with. Set up a small table 1meter x 2meter. Beside it is a shelf that’s 3 meters x 3 meters. A comfortable chair (any office chair) is essential for those long hours you need to spend there. You can also add a garbage bin and a small fridge should you think you might want to grab a snack or a drink. Your shelf can contain your essentials. These essentials are your laptop, books, pen, papers, small plants, record collection(if you are into vinyl), your turntable or Bluetooth speaker. Your corner should have a power supply nearby for those times you need to charge your laptop or other electronic essentials.

Extra Storage Space For Garden Tools
For those who don’ bother with garden sheds, a garage is an excellent alternative. Having a storage rack or cabinet that’s easy to reach when you are out gardening is crucial. Perhaps that is where you can store your shovel, garden shears, fertilizer bags, extra plant pots, among other things.

For Bicycle Essentials
Are you a weekend warrior? You might want to add more bicycle essentials inside your garage for those long weekend rides. A perfect bike corner will make a difference. Your bike corner should have working bike racks. You can choose hanging ones or those on the floor. You can also add hanging baskets for your easy-to-reach tools. The baskets can contain your essentials like your repair tools and cleaning tools. A 3 meters x 3 meters can accommodate everything. It would help if you also had good lighting for your maintenance work.

Garage As A Music Space
Let’s say it’s the height of summer and your band rehearsing for either a gig or a recording. Music essentials should be considered for a garage cum music studio. You would be surprised to learn that your garage can accommodate all of the band essentials. It has good acoustics and can minimize noise (if soundproofing is done correctly). Install or mount a power station nearby. This is where you plug power for your amps, guitars, keyboards, or mixer/console when recording a demo. You can also add a sofa set with a center table for a band to relax when not playing. That sofa corner is also a perfect spot to write music or exchange ideas. Make sure you also add a small fridge if the band wants bottles of beer after the session.

Garage As A Working-Out Space
For some reason, the garage is a perfect spot to retreat if you want to get away from house chores. It is also a place to workout. Those who love suspension workouts like TRX or lift weights can add fitness essentials to the garage. You can use the extra space for yoga, aerobics, stationary bike, or anything you can think of. These essentials can help you with your daily fitness.

Conclusion
With all these creative ways to transform your garage, you’ll learn to appreciate your garage more. The great thing about doing these things in the garage is privacy. Your garage is also a bridge between going to work and after work. So, people who don’t want to do other things inside their home environment would instead finish everything in the garage.










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