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Hang up shower curtain rings  Old-fashioned shower curtain rings   can organize and conveniently display nuts and washers on your pegboard. Load up the rings, add a tape label, and hang them near the wrenches. You can also toss them in a nail apron for on-the-go repairs.

Hang up shower curtain rings Old-fashioned shower curtain rings can organize and conveniently display nuts and washers on your pegboard. Load up the rings, add a tape label, and hang them near the wrenches. You can also toss them in a nail apron for on-the-go repairs.

Industrial-look drawer pulls made from nuts and bolts tutorial.

Drawer pulls made from nuts and bolts

How-To: Pegboard "leaves" for tool organization. My dad desperately needs this in the garage lol. Our garage looks like a serial killer's house with saws and machetes everywhere. -.-:

How-To: Pegboard "Leaves" for Tool Organization

How-To: Pegboard "leaves" for tool organization. My dad desperately needs this in the garage lol. Our garage looks like a serial killer's house with saws and machetes everywhere. -.-:

Small parts storage Cut slots in a piece of plywood with a jigsaw. Fill resealable bags with small parts, hardware or craft items and hang them from the slotted plywood.

12 Simple Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

Small parts storage Cut slots in a piece of plywood with a jigsaw. Fill resealable bags with small parts, hardware or craft items and hang them from the slotted plywood.

You’ll love this high-wire act. Keep your extension cord out of the way with a clothes line, and shower curtain rings.

You’ll love this high-wire act. Keep your extension cord out of the way with a clothes line, and shower curtain rings.

WOW -- just wow!! Love love love this organization in their garage! DIY Garage pegboard for tools, spray paint and supplies. Only need 5.5 inches for depth. {The Creativity Exchange}

Organizing the Garage with DIY Pegboard Storage Wall

WOW -- just wow!! Love love love this organization in their garage! DIY Garage pegboard for tools, spray paint and supplies. Only need 5.5 inches for depth. {The Creativity Exchange}

My Grandpa Wilson had the best pegboard wall going down into the basement. Everything on that wall was always so organized. *sigh* If only I could convince Billy to put stuff back where he got it. :-/

My Grandpa Wilson had the best pegboard wall going down into the basement. Everything on that wall was always so organized. *sigh* If only I could convince Billy to put stuff back where he got it. :-/

Sealed and Stored Here’s a slick tip to keep partially used caulk tubes well sealed and at hand. Fold a piece of duct tape over the open tube to seal it, leaving a few inches of extra tape. Drive a nail through the tape and hang the tube on pegboard.

Sealed and Stored Here’s a slick tip to keep partially used caulk tubes well sealed and at hand. Fold a piece of duct tape over the open tube to seal it, leaving a few inches of extra tape. Drive a nail through the tape and hang the tube on pegboard.

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