Or I may be overdoing it...
I built a shelf!
Remember when I mentioned that I was going to get rid of the cubbies on the wall because they weren't workin' for me? Well, I did. And replaced them with this!
Most of this shelf was made with the materials taken from the hunk'a table, so the dimensions were determined by the most efficient use of materials (it is 38"W x 13 7/8"D x 72"H) and was pretty simple to throw together.
I built four frames to the dimensions dictated by the OSB panels (38" x 13 7/8") and screwed them into the studs (using two screws per stud), making sure the top one was 72" high. I wanted it 72" because that's how tall the shelf that we bought from Costco in the pic below is. The plan is to put that shelf right next to this one.
Then I screwed the OSB panels to the tops of the frames.
The frames were screwed into 3 studs each, two on the back and one on the left side. They were definitely secured to the wall, but they still couldn't hold a heavy load because the front right corner wasn't supported by anything. I cut a 2x4 at 72" and screwed it into all four shelves to carry the weight.
Then loaded it up with the stuff that was in/on the hunk'a table and thought, "Man, this is so much better!!!".
Man, that was a lot of words for this little shelf..
What can I say? I like to gab!
OOH! Wait! My favorite part! THE LIST!
I'm going to add "Definitely put the other shelf against the back wall" to the list which'll clear up a lot of space on left side of the garage. This may just be a small, crudely made shelf in the corner of my garage, but it's a huuuuge improvement in the overall organization in there!