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    Gear room/ clothset pictures

    I just finished moving into a much larger house. First one was purchased prefamily as a fixer upper. It was now way to small. In my new house I get my own room . So here is the deal, I want to organize all my stuff on the walls , or shelves. I have a lot of hobbies and would like to be able mix and match gear as the situation requires. Can people post pictures of your organizational strategies so I can get a few ideas. Do people use slot wall, peg board, industrial shelving? I am curious to see and need some ideas. My current list of extra curriculars include running, biking (mountain, and road), triathlons, rock climbing, camping bumper pull camper, backpacking, canoeing (bwca), fishing. Well that is the main ones at the moment. I try to take care of my gear so I want everything stored properly and easily accessible. My room is 12*13 with a clothset it contains my tribike, a recumbent bike and a treadmill, along with one set of plastic cheap shelves. I want everything off the floor and to hang my hammock. Like I originally said just looking for ideas not for someone to design it for me. I should say as well that I can build anything, I have been a welder, framed and finished houses, and a mechanic. I am a visual learner so so me your pics if you have them.

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    There was a thread a bit ago called Show us your Gear Closet/Storage (believe it was in DIY). This might give you some of the ideas you're looking for.
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    Thanks, I did a search but couldn't find it got a link?

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    Wish I had. Using my phone and its a bit difficult. If you hit my avatar, you can find all threads started by me. Not much at all (maybe 3) and its one of them. Fastest way I can think of. Hope it helps!
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    I searched "Closet" and found it on the first page.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ghlight=closet

    Fronkey

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    Thanks fronkey

    Wouldn't ya know it as soon as I ask about it someone revives it and it shows up in the new threads.

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    Congrats on your new house! You'll be the envy with having your own room. I'm going to be straightening up all my gear that I took off the dinning room table and threw into the spare bedroom for the holidays and organize it all. (I've not done yet) I have a lot of coffee cans, small and large. I plan on painting them, then putting them under some shelves as cubbyholes. I also plan on taking some glass jars that I kept and screwing the lids up underneath some other shelves as additional storage for smaller items. Mulit purpose shelves is what I'm going for. Easy to see, easy to get to, and off the floor. Some of the bigger items will be put into under the bed storage containers (I also purchased some bed risers so I can raise the bed higher...in order to get more crap stored under it.

    I just need to get moving on it. The room is in such disarray that I shut down when I walk into it. If I showed you a picture, you'd probably freak at the amount of "stuff" that I've come to lovingly call gear and DIY hammock projects

    Hopefully some of these inexpensive ideas will help you

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