I never seem to have enough storage space in my shop….So, to store these and other small items, I built a pull-out storage case, like you see in the photo. The case is large enough to hold a couple of small plastic storage cabinets with lots of drawers (the kind you find at hardware stores and home centers). I also added a few shelves to store other items.
When it comes to building a big project like this classic oak tool cabinet, it can be a little intimidating. So I find it is helpful to step back and break it down into sections so you don not get overwhelmed by the details. That is what I did here. The tool cabinet is made up of four different elements: the case, doors, drawers, and trays. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
From issue #299 of workbench Magainze. This page contains free cutting diagrams for all of the projects listed, including this laundry room center. Select projects offer step-by-step plans to purchase.
At the link you can download the free plans to build a bedroom organizer cabinet.
You will find the materials list and cutting diagram only for this Bathroom Vanity in the Home Improvement section.
We will show you how to install a large medicine cabinet in the wall, install built-in pantry cabinets and add glass shelves over your toilet.
Built to house a scrollsaw, this mobile cabinet was designed with comfort and storage in mind. Read more at CanadianHomeWorkshop.
A 3 page PDF file that contains a cutting diagram and materials list from ShopNotes Magazine Issue 80. Summary of the article says that with solid frame and panel construction, this heirloom tool cabinet will be a welcome addition to any workshop.
Build A Homesteading Antique Pie Safe[/captionBuilding a wooden pie safe cabinet, including diagrams and instructions.
From Mothers Woodshop, how to build a pie safe.