2) Memory boxes. Many people keep memory boxes filled with treasured items from loved ones. Although they are precious, they are also items that people do not pull out very often. By keeping these boxes in an outdoor storage space, that leaves room within the house for items that are accessed more often.
3) Yard tools and machinery. Outdoor storage spaces aren’t just for rarely-used items. They also are a perfect spot for yard tools and machinery that are used outdoors and that are difficult to clean. Rather than try to store them inside and make a mess in the process, the outdoor unit is a great place to put them. These kinds of items include such things as lawn mowers, shovels, blowers, potting soil, and rakes.
4) Extra chairs and tables. Many people enjoy hosting parties at their homes, but they don’t want to keep the extra chairs and tables lying out during the times they aren’t hosting parties. Outdoor storage spaces are a really good place to store chairs and tables by keeping them out of site when not needed.
5) Old items for sale. When people buy new things to replace the old, they often look for a place to donate or sell the old items to, rather than throwing them away. People can keep old items out in the storage shed until they find a new home for them.