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Garage Workshop REVEAL!

The workshop is finished.. from vision to reality:
So, how did I do it? 
Remember I started here:

And after cleaning it up, repairing the walls and repainted I ended up here:

And then with a whole LOT of planning I got to here:
I then had to actually install the workshop area. Everything ended up going pretty much exactly where I planned.  (This proves that good planning pays off!)
  I used a shelf I had to store all of my power tools and toolboxes:
I had to make sure I secured everything really well because we are in earthquake country and nobody wants a stray circular saw falling on their head:
I also set up a specific area for everything paint related.  I always wanted a magnetic knife bar to hold my paintbrushes and I finally got one:
 I also have a little trick if you are like me and CONSTANTLY lose your paint can opener.  Attach it to a carabiner, and then  latch it onto the paint can handle as soon as you open the can.  Viola! It is always with the paint (unless it is hanging in it's new designated spot with the painting supplies:)
I rehung the previously nail laden board that held the lawn tools (although I painted it to match the wall color) and made a "lawn/garden care" area. In the corner is a plastic 3-drawer organizer that holds all the hand tools as well as the fertilizer, sprinkler attachments, hoses etc.
Next I added my saw bench with a pegboard above it to hold my small hand tools:
After seeing the plain white board against the wall, I decided I would "girl" up my work area and taped a pattern onto the peg board: 
A little wall paint and I had this:
LOOOOVEE IT!! Seriously.  I didn't even want to hang my tools because it was so pretty:

Eventually I did hang all the tools, it has only been about a week, but I already LOVE having everything on the wall where I can see it. Plus it has taken so much clutter out of my tool boxes.
 Lastly I moved in the rest of my painting/drywall gear, the trash cans, lawnmower and shop vac:
So there you have it.  The finished workshop.  I couldn't be much happier with it.  

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  1. You continue to inspire me. And I love the painted peg board!
    I feature you on my blog today. Check it out:

  2. Will you marry me? Please. My garage is in dire need of some rehab. ;)

  3. I love this! I am super jealous right now. I totally need a garage like this!
    Would love if you came by to link up to my linky party happening NOW! I would love to see you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  4. It is a fabulous space! My husband would be totally jealous.

  5. organization makes me heart go pitter patter! gorgeous...can a garage be gorgeous? yes, i think so!

  6. It turned out so wonderful. I love what you did with the peg board...awesome! Enjoy your weekend. Megan

  7. I am seriously jealous of your organized garage! I'm scared I'm going to be buried alive every time I try to get my car out!

    Love the "girly" pegboard especially - why not add a little fun! And the paint opener tip - genius! Linky following.


  8. Your garage looks great. I really needed to see this to motivate me to get mine in order. Thanks for sharing your space.

  9. Oh how nice it must be to actually be able to find the tools when you need them. Great job!

  10. I love this! What an amazing before and after! and to be able to have everything have a place....ahhh...this is my heaven!! lol..even the hubs was like awww...i wish we could do that;)

  11. What a gorgeous re-do! I love how you painted your peg board!

  12. You are more than welcomed to come to our garage any time and spruce her up. Yours looks fantastic. Thanks for sharing with the newbie party.

  13. oh MAN, wow. How do I get this on my "Honey Do" list??? My garage is pitiful. LOVE your painted pegboard, too!!

  14. The garage looks great....I just love organized spaces. I walk through my garage every day and despair over the mess. You have inspired me and given me some ideas!

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

  15. Wish my garage looked like that! So organized! Great job!

  16. Wow, what a great garage. Good job! Saw you at Debbiedoo's Newbie Party.


  17. Fabulous job...I could live in that garage. I'm so glad I found your blog via Boogieboard Cottage. I'm a new follower so we can stay connected. I would love if you stopped by and followed too. Lori

  18. I've got major garage envy! That's on my mile long to do list!!! Love the paint treatment on the pegboard!

  19. Your garage looks outstanding great job! This is inspiring me to get a move on with ours!

    Lauren @ Besweetlyinspired.blogspot.com

  20. I love your garage!
    I just cleaned my out yesterday, but it looks NOTHING like yours!
    I could totally work in your garage!
    Great job - I know it is a ton of work!

    Thanks for linking up this week at my party - please come back this week as I would love to have you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  21. Well done! Your hard work paid of in a big way!! Hugs

  22. What a great job at organizing your workspace. I am loving the painted peg board. I am thinking about putting some peg board in my closet for jewerly and now I want to paint a design on it.
    Thanks for sharing,

  23. What a great job! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  24. WAY TO GO!!! so much better, enjoy it! jen

  25. Organization is such a beautiful thing!!! And it really WAS a shame to cover up that awesome Pegboard art. ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. I hope you'll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop by tonight, and see yourself featured.

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  26. Awesome job! I love the color choice.

    Mrs. Delightful

  27. wow! I'm so envious of your workshop garage! Mine is a mess 100% of the time. :(
    great job!
    thanks for sharing at catch as catch can.

  28. It looks too pretty to be a garage! Great job...really liked the artsy peg board! I'd love to have you share it at my party, the Rock N Share, going on now.

  29. Seriously, the prettiest garage I have ever seen! Incredible, would love for mine to look half that great! Featuring this on our facebook page today! Have a wonderful Saturday and thank you for linking up to Uncommon!

  30. What a fabulously organized space!

    And how have I never been here before? When ADD Housewife told me about a challenge and linky party you're cooking up I was scratching my head ...

    ... because I was not familiar with you or your blog. And then I'm looking thru Debbiedoos newbie party and your thumbnail pops out at me and here I am!



  31. Totally, totally awesome!!! Wow! I bet it feels pretty good to work in there now! GREAT job!

    Thanks for linking this up!
    --Katie @ Creatively Living

  32. It turned out GREAT! I am so loving the harlequin peg board, too! Now... you can come do one for me :) Love it!

    Take care,


  33. Oh WoW! Kim! That is or-ga-ni-za-tion! Love it! Great tip for the paint can opener, only if I can find it! Just yesterday I was having that problem! I need to do that! Now, that pegboard is Beauty!

  34. this is truly inspirational and i really learn a lot from your way of thinking --drawing the plan on the wall is seriously genius! I do have a question though--where is your lawn mower? they are so bulky and with the handles so long--awkward to store --plus I have a snow blower too that I have to store all year round--also bulky and awkward with the handles--any suggestions??

  35. I actually got rid of my full sized lawn mower and replaced it with a much more compact push mower (you can see it in the fourth photo from the bottom, squeezed next to the garbage can.) I have a postage stamp yard. When I had a larger garage I would store it between the cars up near the front of the garage. I also would remove the handle from it over the winter, because it is much easier to store when the handle didn't stick out. I hung the bagger attachment from the ceiling. As for the snow blower.. well, we always only had shovels. Those were a cakewalk to store! :)

  36. Kim. Fabulous job, congrats. Question: what did you use to hang all the garden implements (rakes, shovels, etc.)? thanks.

  37. @Anonymous I hung a board across the walls (so I could be sure to hit the studs) and then painted it the wall color. I used simple screw in hooks and hanging hardware. This is the set I bought, but you can buy them individually as well: http://www.homedepot.com/Storage-Organization-Hooks-Racks-Wall-Mounted/h_d1/N-5yc1vZb9pe/R-202305564/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&storeId=10051

  38. Yay! Great minds think alike right? I love how you organized your lawn/garden supplies...thats the next area of the garage I need to tackle. Thanks for stopping by my blog-I'm glad to have found your blog!


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