Work space organization should be a top priority for any maker. Having a very small workshop/garage that I share with my car, utilizing every surface is a must. Deciding to move the bulk of my tool storage to the wall not only freed up much needed space on my workbench, but it makes locating that one tool much easier. When it's time to put everything away, everything has a spot making it easy to see exactly what is not where it should be.
Organize your garage and cut the clutter with this garage storage system that you can easily customize to fit any space and can hold almost anything. You can quickly move hooks, shelves and bins around to for the most efficient arrangement. The entire system is inexpensive and easy to build. You only need two power tools—a circular saw and a drill. Learn how you can build it this weekend at…
Amazing easy roll away diy workbench with built in mitersaw, table saw and kreg jig. Free plans by http://ana-white.com space saving design features two large work carts with embedded bench tools. Make building easier!
Here's a slick way to store a whole cluster of tools on pegboard with only two pegs. Cut some 2-1/2 in. wide mini shelves; drill holes or slots for router bits, screwdrivers, chisels and files; then drill a couple of 1/8-in. holes in the edges for the 1/8-in. diameter pegs. With a vise and pliers, bend the pegs to about 85 degrees and hammer them into the holes. Be sure the pegs fit tightly in the wood so the shelves can't fall off.