Our solution for a backyard bar / cargo net swimming pool float storage area
Pool float storage! The hubby made these great pool float hooks out of pvc. Only cost about $5 per and I spray painted them brown :)
After searching online forever, and not finding what we needed for a reasonable cost, I decided to just build my own! Homemade pool toy storage bin, on wheels! Made from PVC pipe and plastic fencing material from Lowe's/Home Depot, all for a fraction of the cost of anything online, and was able to make it as big as we wanted.
Pvc Pool Float Storage
Forty dollars worth of pvc and a few hours of my sweet hubby's Sunday afternoon and all the pool fun stuff is no longer laying around the patio.
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DIY PVC pool side storage for pool floats and toys.
5 Bar TowelMaid Rack
Put an end to the poolside mess!Organize your family's towels, toys, floats and swimwear.Display your family's favorite towels beautifully.Dry towels & swimwear efficiently (which means less laundry and less wet towels strewn everywhere).The slim 5-Bar design fits nicely on balconies, decks, and small spaces. Shipping is only $9.99 to anywhere in the Continental US. (More product details below)Need more storage? Check out our 8-Bar TowelMaid here
Pool float storage. I made this with PVC pipe and fittings (think 2 giant shower curtain rods) with bungee cords in between. Nice and tidy.