Without my small collection of extension cords, I think work in the shop would slowly grind to halt. But trying to keep these cords untangled and easily accessible was always a major challenge. The answer to this housekeeping problem was this storage rack.
Sliding doors and a flexible design allow you to pack a lot of tools in a small space. View ShopNotes shop cabinet project from its magazine issue.
Learn how to make a bulletin board to display informational items, pictures, and childrens school work.
With the growing popularity of cordless power tools, it is extremely easy these days to accumulate a lot of portable tools, and when you add in quality corded tools, such as circular saws, routers, planers and air nailers, you can end up with a pretty hefty investment. These same tools are the first to be stolen. Left lying around a shop or garage, they can also be somewhat dangerous for youngsters. Lock them up in a tool cabinet like this one.
This narrow version of the message center is just the right size for any corner of the house. Look for Issue 50 of Australian Woodsmith at the link.
This attractive pine clock is inexpensive and easy to build using the free woodworking plans at the link.
End clutter, kitchen clutter, complete how-to photos and step-by-step instructions.
This one of a kind, hand crafted redwood burl clock will make a wonderful addition to your home or cabin. This project could also be expanded to include a thermometer and/or a barometer to compliment the standard clock.
Use the free downloadable woodworking plans to build this space saving floating nightstand.
My daughter wanted a wall clock for her new apartment. To be honest, I promised her one about six months ago when the new apartment was unheard of, but it is time to turn a clock.