The one above sits on the garage side of the house, and we keep our more commonly-used items inside, like the reel mower, rakes, shovels, spades, pruning shears and gardening gloves. We hang smaller items on hooks at the top, to keep them from getting lost among the big things on the floor. This mostly works fine for us, but we do need to be mindful of the way we stow things; everything fits just so, with little space left over.
The other shed sits on the opposite side of the house and is not used as often. It's at the end of a long, narrow tunnel-like space and not as easily accessed, but it's good for items like the weed-whacker and the rotating edger, things you might use every couple of weeks. We also have a trunk-style deck box on one of the patios, for storing folding chairs, scooters, toys and helmets; this has been handy for rounding up all the small stray things our family uses in the yard.
These storage solutions work fine for us, really. There is plenty of space to stow things, and we're able to keep it all out of sight and make more space in the garage too. It's a pretty good solution. Ideally, though, we'd have all of the gardening things together in one place, and we'd have more room in the garage too, so that we could store a car in the other bay, the non-workshop one. We think often about having one big shed somewhere in the backyard, where we could store all the yard stuff, and the bicycles and scooters and other big stuff currently in the garage.
Our backyard is carefully planned to be park-like, as I mentioned, so this would be sort of a challenge. We'd have to find a space both large enough and flat enough for a big shed-type building to fit and still have yard space to enjoy. It would need to have a tall enough ceiling that we could get in and out easily (all of us - the Bear is just over six feet tall and he'd probably be in it the most). And why not make use of our (sometimes annoyingly) abundant New Mexican sunshine with a built-in skylight? I think that a large garden shed from Tesco could be a super choice for our needs. I really like the Palram 6x10 shed with a skylight; it's simple and economical and it would be deep enough to store the bikes as well as the gardening tools, with the least-used items at the back. This 8x6 shed with a tongue-and-groove floor is slightly smaller, but would be a beautiful, natural-looking addition to our yard, and it even has a little window to make good use of our sunshiney days.
We could put it against the west wall of the yard, but we'd have to move the chicken coop and possibly cut down a tree. I think it would look nice over there, though. Or we could remove a large juniper bush, which already has some dead parts on the inside anyway, and put the shed in its place. There are possibilities, but in a yard this small, we would have to be willing to give up something to make room for a shed. It wouldn't be easy to decide, but I think it would be worth it in the long run, to have all the gardening items in one place, along with the items currently taking up space in our garage. Our newest car is nine years old, so clearly there has been no hurry, but it would be nice to park a car in the garage. We really love our house and have been very comfortable and happy here, but it's always fun to think and plan different ways to use our space and maximize storage potential. The garden shed possibilities are endless, even if space and money are not!