Classic Sawhorse I’ve found a sturdy sawhorse that’s great even if you have limited space. When I’m done working with them I just stack them on top of each other and store them out of the way. Here’s all it takes to build one horse: One 42-in.-long 2×6 for the top board Four 28-in.-long 1×8 boards for the legs Four 9-7/8-in.-long 1×8 boards for the gussets Thirty-six 2-in.wood screws. Notch …
Small Shop Tips: Sawhorse, Space-Saving & Cheap Storage
Tap into stud space for more wall storage - "If you’ve got an unused wall in your kitchen, consider using it to store canned goods and jars, as seen here, or stemware, vases and serving pieces. Notice the trim and the door design, which not only conceal the storage but add interest to an otherwise blank wall. Though cost will vary, Deidra Anderson, marketing administrator at David Heide Design Studio, says this project cost $1,300 to $1,900."