This handsome bench hides a hose. It is built from 1 x 6 boards; we used ipe, a rot-resistant tropical hardwood, but you could choose cedar, redwood, or teak for natural beauty and durability.
Let the wheels do the work with our simple but effective plywood toting runabout.
Whether storing or transporting circular saw blades, build our simple pair of holders to protect your expensive circular and table saw blades.
Crosscut sections of 4 inches PVC pipe, screw them to slats of wood, and hang the assembly from your shop ceiling for out-of-the way storage.
It seemed like whenever I needed waxed paper to protect my benchtop from glue squeeze-out, the waxed paper was buried in a drawer. This wall-hung dispenser project puts waxed paper within easy reach.
This overhead clamp rack easily holds several dozen small clamps of any type. You can hang your longer bar clamps and pipe clamps directly on the bench itself for convenient, easy access.
Keep sharpened chisels safe and sound and easy to find when you need one by building a chisel storage rack.
This treasure chest measures 12 X 7 X 8 1/2 inches. I used a vacuum form mold to make the curved top and dove tails for the joinery.
Because shop space is nearly always limited and there are so many different types and sizes of nails and screws, the space-saving, low-cost hardware organizer, has been a real advantage in my shop. It lets me see at a glance what is in each can.
In this kitchen, we have mounted four storage trays in that under-cabinet space. These trays pull open like regular drawers, but then they drop down at an angle and lock in place, putting spices, knives, or your favorite recipe right at hand.