Do you know the importance of having a water hose reel in your garden? It is not only for the longevity of the pipe but also for aesthetic reasons. A simple hose will work, but why not spice things up with these new DIY hose reel ideas?
- 1 17 Best DIY Hose Reel Ideas
- 1.1 #1: Garden Storage Pallet DIY
- 1.2 #2: Chunky Hose Holder
- 1.3 #3: Old Metal Stand Hose Reel
- 1.4 #4: Hose Storage Pot
- 1.5 #5: DIY Mounted Water Hose
- 1.6 #6: DIY PVC Hose Reel
- 1.7 #7: Wood DIY Hose Reel
- 1.8 #8: Wooden Stand DIY Hose Holder
- 1.9 #9: DIY High-End Hose Reel
- 1.10 #10: DIY Garden Hose Locker
- 1.11 #11: Wooden Spools DIY Hose Holder
- 1.12 #12: Convenient DIY Hose Container
- 1.13 #13: DIY Hose Butler
- 1.14 #14: Up-Cycled Tire Hose Storage
- 1.15 #15: Garden Storage Bench
- 1.16 #16: Mailbox Hose Storage
- 1.17 #17: Under Deck Hose Storage
- 2 Conclusion
This DIY idea works great if you want a cost-effective option. You can use this single item for several applications, as a hose hanger or storage for other garden items. And the process of building it? Easy as cake!
You will only need some wood pallets, screws, hooks, and of course, some basic DIY skills for making this handy garden tool storage. It would take no longer than 2-3 hours to finish for someone who knows their ways around crafting.
This garden storage pallet DIY will sure make a fun little weekend project for DIY lovers.
The all-wood hose holder is an excellent option to have in your garden.
It is effortless to make, and it comes in handy for those who don’t want to work. Simply place a wooden post firmly to the ground and secure the water hose hanger to the post using a screwdriver.
The only tricky part is to ensure the post is firmly fixed to the ground, so consider cementing it for the best result. Even newbies can do this, and you have our word on this one!
If you have several old metal stands lying around the house, pick out your favorite and turn it into a garden hose stand.
Fix this garden hose hanger where you’re going to place the hose, and add decorations if you want. It can be quite a pain to paint, especially a stand with lots of small details on it.
The garden hose storage pot is an excellent idea if you want to hide your hose away and add more vibrancy to your garden.
Besides, it is safer and more secure to have your hose placed in a pot than to expose it to direct sunlight. The pot can be made from wood, plastic, or even metal, depending on your preferences.
Consider adding the extra space while making it in case you want to place other items in the future.
This is another easy DIY project that you can do in as little as 20 minutes. You can find most of the needed materials right around the house or go to Walmart and buy them for $15-$20.
For starters, you’re going to secure a post of any kind (wooden, metal, plastic, etc.) to the ground. Then simply attach a hanger to the post using a screwdriver.
It is up to you to decide if you want to paint the post or not, but we recommend you do so for the best result. Your mounted hanger will look stunning!
How about making use of the old pipes just laying around in your garage to create this beautiful PVC water hose reel?!
If you have a big garden that needs to be watered frequently, this design is just what you need. With wheels attached to the body, the DIY PVC hose reel ensures you reach every corner of your garden to keep the plants well-watered and thriving!
This design is a brilliant idea if you have excellent craftsmanship, as it will require some working with machines like sawders and drills.
It will take you some time to finish, but once you’re done, you’ll be the only one in the hood to have such a fantastic garden hose reel! So, why not give it a try?
If you don’t want to put in that much effort, the wooden DIY water hose holder is an alternative to the wood hose reel. The process only takes a day of work. You can choose to mount the slab to the wall or let it stay on the ground.
Adding a little touch to a random post in the garden is what it takes to create a DIY high-end hose reel.
If we’re excellent honest, the chances of you having at least 1 or 2 posts just standing there are high.
Why not take advantage of that and refurbish it with some paint and accessories? In no time, you’ll have a cool spot in the garden to anchor your water hose.
While this design is by far one of the best on today’s list, it might be a hassle to make for some people. It requires you to have the skills of a proficient craftsman to construct anything near this holder.
Even though it doesn’t hurt to give it a try, we only recommend people who know at least something about wood cutting and planning to build this garden hose cart.
This idea is simple: utilize three metal empty cord posts and secure them on the wall in a triangle shape. Wrap the hose around them like in the photo, and they will remain friendly and secured.
Despite being a simple design, not a lot of people can come up with it. This metal DIY hose reel will serve as a decorative element to your garden while being practical enough to hold up your hose.
It is a pain when your hose gets all coiled up and tangled. It’s not the case if you store it around a post inserted to the ground.
The material can be a PVC pipe, wood pieces, or even metal – whatever works for you. Depending on how good you are with DIY stuff, you can put this simple system into work in literally 20-30 minutes.
This little hose butler may look small, but it can retain up to 200 feet of hose! If you’re looking for something more elegant and delicate, the DIY hose butler is what to end your search.
Why throw away old car tires when you can up-cycle them into something functional – like a tire garden hose storage? Not only are they durable, but they’re for sure a one-of-a-kind and eye-catching design!
Make use of the bench in your garden by drilling a small hole in the back to get your hose through. What’s better than a 2-in-1 design? Nobody is going to know!
Surprise your friends by casually pulling out the hose from the back of your bench. They’ll surely be impressed with this brilliant idea!
At this point, nothing is impossible, so why not consider installing an old mailbox in your garden? This one doubles as a great place to store your hose as well as your mail!
Of course, it only makes sense when you have a front lawn that requires frequent watering. Who on earth would locate their mailbox in the backyard anyway?
This idea is similar to the bench idea above, but this time, you’re hiding it under your garden deck. Of course, storing only the hose would be a waste of space, so make it a storage place for your garden appliances like hand trowel or square shovel.
Are you ready to keep your garden neat and clean with these DIY hose reel ideas? Let us know in the comment section the options that you choose and whether or not you are satisfied with the final result!
Thank you for reading!