Get your kitchen cabinets organized by utilizing all the space available to you. That includes building cabinet door organizers. So easy and useful. Follow along at the link to gain more kitchen storage.
Build a desk topper shelf using wood from your scrap pile. This will give you added storage and remove clutter from your desk surface giving your more workspace. Build it using the free woodworking plans available at the link.
A pegboard wall in your garage or workshop might be just the thing you need to get organized. You can hang your tools for easy access. Adjust the plans to suit your space of course.
This drawer organizer is the perfect solution for the drawer of plastic containers and lids. You know you have one, why not use the free instructions at the link to get it organized.https://www.thehandymansdaughter.com/diy-drawer-organizer/
Build a double decker printer stand using the free woodworking tutorial at the link. This space-saving project makes keeping your desk organized and clutter free. Built it!!
This desk organizer is an easy build and you have the choice of either attaching it together or leaving it to be adjustable. Oh, and you only need one 1 x 10 x 8 foot board to build it.
This wall mounted can organizer will free up much needed space in your kitchen or pantry and at the same time it will make seeing what you have in stock much easier. Build it using these free plans.
You only need one board to make this nifty desktop organizer. Check out the link and see what tools and steps you take to make one for your desk.
This modular mail organizer was built using 3/4 inch thick scrap plywood and a few tools. Perfect for getting more working space on your desk.
Build a wall mounted mail and key organizer using the free woodworking tutorial available at the link. There is even a shelf for a potted plant.