Country Living (UK) - - Gardening -

Rule num­ber one in shed stor­age is to leave as much floor space free as pos­si­ble, which avoids the build-up of in­ac­ces­si­ble clut­ter. Utilise ev­ery inch of avail­able wall by hang­ing up any reg­u­larly used gar­den tools, such as forks, spades, rakes and hoes, on hooks or racks, where you can see and reach them with ease. Lengths of broom-han­dle-sized dowel, mounted at an an­gle onto a stout wooden back­ing board (above), will save space by en­abling you to hang two or three tools on each one. Drill a hole in the wooden han­dles of hand tools, then thread through a piece of twine or leather thong as a hang­ing loop (be­low).

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