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  • Lover of All ~ Master of Nothing

    DIY Garage Cabinet - love this website for organizing the garage or sheds! Lots of ideas

  • Kaley and Daniel Rahl

    Interesting idea to lock closed when not in use. -- diy garage storage

  • Ashley Winstead

    DIY Garage organizer

  • Nicole Leman

    DIY Garage Cabinet - painting and tool storage

  • Sophia Skreta

    DIY Garage Cabinet This spacious cabinet efficiently organizes and stores all your painting clutter or other tools and hobby supplies. It's easy to build in just two hours. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine Overview: Cabinet design, cost and materials Step 1: Assemble the box Step 2: Cut the box into two parts Step 3: Install the hinge Step 4: Add the trim and shelves

  • Zoe Cornell

    DIY Garage Cabinet- or craft room?!

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