Organize For the Season - Now that you know what's staying in your shed, you must consider when you use the items. You don't want to move a stack of gardening tools just to get to the snow shovels you'll need in the winter. If possible, dedicate one side of the shed to warm-weather specific equipment and the other to cold-weather equipment. This will alleviate any confusion on where items are and save yourself plenty of time when working.
Price vs. Quality in Outdoor Storage Sheds - Don't let the price of outdoor storage sheds be the determining factor for you. Some shoppers, once drawn to the cheapest price, immediately thereafter put blinders on and ignore alternatives. Outdoor storage sheds sided with cedar and vinyl (the highest quality sidings) are only a few hundred dollars more than outbuildings sided with lower-quality materials. Consider how much those few hundred dollars are buying before rejecting the cedar or vinyl.