This corner was piled high and I couldn't walk over there.
I moved a shelving unit that was on the other side of the garage here. Got rid of the corner counter top and replaced it with a straight shot counter that I received for free on Freecycle. I mounted the shelf on the wall the free up counter space. This was after much debate on using this shelf or repurposing it for something else. I haven't ruled out repurposing this, because I love the curved lines, but for now, it is mounted to the wall.
I removed the lower corner shelf to open up counter space. I removed the door from our old kitchen cabinet to allow easy storage.
The area with the doors will be cleaned up a bit when they return to a closet or to the trash. Then this space will hold the ladder and our soccer chairs.
This was the dumping ground for old household projects from paint, tile and roofing. Along with the hopeful mantel that will one day be IN the house.
Here is after. The paint is moved to the above corner shelf area. I put roofing in our outdoor shed. The extra tiles I gave to my sister. Just enough for her (her husband) to redo their children's bathroom. Behind the metal cabinet is only one door we use to make an extra table. The rest are gone.
Here's two different views, but I wanted to show the new space I created.
This is the space where the metal shelves were. I cut the old corner counter, moved the small freezer and drawers over and hung shelves on the wall. I love this extra counter space and hope to keep it from being a hotspot. I painted the front of the drawers with chalkboard paint. Then my cats promptly came in, rubbed most of the chalk off. Oh, well, it's fun to have. The shoe box totes are labeled with what is inside. See the one to the far right. It has tape in it. I don't know how much time I've wasted in this garage looking for tape!
These spaces all endured a lot a vacuuming. A few spiders met their demise in the process.