Build this hand tool holder which incorporates a french cleat system to attach it to the wall.
Get your workshop organized by building this awesome portable tool caddy.
Here is one way to hang and use a two sided magnetic tool bar.
Here is a great idea if you want your tools close at hand but still organized and off the workbench. My wall tool holder is easy to make.
In an effort to further tidy up the workshop, we have made a concerted effort to figure out exactly what sort of storage you might need. This series of four handy tool racks and shelves should be just the job.
Build this simple storage cabinet right in your garden. It is an attractive feature and keeps small garden tools dry and close at hand. Build it from a single 8-ft. 1×12 board.
When we designed the Craftsman’s Pride Tool Chest, we lined the drawer bottoms with felt. Here is how to add extra protection for a set of chisels.
These tool storage racks can be built to the size that best fits your workshop layout and available wall space. The ones pictured on the are 4 feet high by 4 feet wide and could have been built 4 feet high by 8 feet wide or any other size to fit your wall space. You decide on the size that best fits your workshop situation.
One big box and a bunch of small boxes, that is all there is to this roll-around cart. Yet as simple as it is, it provides a great way to store portable power tools. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
I move my jointer around the shop thanks to its mobile base, but it seemed like wherever the jointer was, my pushpads were not. So, I came up with this tool rest station.