There never seems to be enough storage space in a workshop. Especially when it comes to wall storage. It is always in short supply. One way to add storage is to make the most of the space you do have. This wall cabinet is designed to do just that. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
At the link you can download the free plan to build this Shaker clock.
A simple wall clock with three shelves. Another nice project for beginners. DXF Format
Make and install lightweight shelves that seem to float on the wall without any visible means of support. Build a set of floating shelves.
The cabinet is approximately 24 inches wide, 12 inches deep, 30 inches tall and has a single shelf centered inside. The main carcase is built from solid oak dovetailed together on the top and bottom, with the back assembly and the two doors built with with frame and panel joinery.
From Chris Swingley – This is a great project to exercise your woodworking skills without using a lot of wood. A step by step tutorial on how I built the shelves can be found on this page. The plans call for about 6 board feet of wood, and the final dimensions are 8 inches deep, 21 1/4 inches wide and 13 inches tall.
Plans and cutting diagram for a Shaker Clock. DXF format.