Outside toy storage Love this idea for keeping kids stuff organized inside or out. A silhouette machine was used to cut black vinyl labels for each bucket. The galvanized buckets and shelf were purchased at Home Depot.
Organizing Concepts for Kids: Garage Toys + free printable
Shed Plans - I need a wood shed! (and a bike shed!) as were going to lose the garage and Charlies nicked a shed for his man cave! Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If You've Zero Woodworking Experience!
I LOVE this idea for outdoor toys. I want to try it with some other toys too. Garage organization for outdoor toys. Portable bins can be taken down to play and returned when finished. Step stool for kids to reach higher bins.
Rather than covering every inch of your sidewalk and driveway and chalk, let kids flex their creative muscles with this outdoor chalkboard. No need to worry about erasers—rain will provide a natural cleaner. Get the tutorial at Hey There Home.
An outdoor porch is also a good place to keep outdoor toys stored. Containers can be installed on the outdoor porch to allow other outdoor toys to be stored in them. A covered outdoor porch also helps keep toys wet or damaged.
DIY Backyard Bike Storage with an Easy to Install Roof