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Flip-through tool storage. Plywood “leaves” swing from standard door hinges, allowing quick and easy access to tools. Wall space is always at a premium. Build this booklike storage rack, and expand your wall space exponentially. Grabbing a tool is as easy as flipping through a magazine. Mount two parallel 2x4s on the wall spaced 24 in. apart. Cut the leaves from 3/4-in. plywood and hang them from the 2x4s with 3-in. door hinges. Fur out the hinges with 3/4...
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Tool Cabinet plans~Jan Zoltowski didn't build his tool cabinet until he'd been woodworking for 35 years. The results were clearly worth the wait. His wall-hung cabinet holds more than 300 hand tools while taking up only about 12 square feet of wall space. The design is an ingenious combination of interior doors and drawers, along with multiple divided storage compartments
Organized tools! This would hold A LOT of tools & supplies in the craft room. You could enclose the end with a drop down work table that hides everything when not in use. You could also just add shutter like doors to that end cap. There are so many options to customize this unit. See photos of the entire shop and all the great storage ideas.
Another, "why didn't I think of that?" moment! Bend an 8-in.-long pegboard holder into a corner shape by holding it in a vise and pounding it with a hammer to make the series of right angles. Make one corner to hold the left side of the tool and another to hold the right. Now just hold the tool up to the pegboard and insert the corner peg so it clasps the tool's corner.