Workshop Storage Plans

Workshop Storage Plans - In planning your workshop, customized storage for your tools and everything else is a must. Your workshop needs to accommodate all your tools and special items and everything needs a home. Build all your storage needs with these plans.

Free workshop storage ideas and plans including saw blade storage, chisel cabinet, tool shelf, cabinets and more.


Band Saw Blade Storage


Band Saw Blade Storage

Keep band saw blades stored away in this easy to build storage cabinet.

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Rolling Storage Cart


Rolling Storage Cart

Fabricate a rolling garage cart with this simple design. This rolling garage cart can rotate 360 degrees for easy access, and is perfect for storing and transporting small items around the garage.

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Chisel Cabinet


Chisel Cabinet

Store your chisels in this wooden cabinet that mounts on the wall. This convenient cabinet helps keep your workshop tidy and organized.

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German Work Box


German Work Box

This cart has tons of storage, a large working surface and can easily be closed up when not being used.

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Tool Shelf


Tool Shelf

Build a tool shelf that will keep your power tools organized and easy to locate. This tool shelf provides great storage and even an area for messy cords.

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'Galoot' Sawtill


'Galoot' Sawtill

From ripsaw to crosscut, keep all your hand saws within easy reach.

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Tall Shop Cabinet


Tall Shop Cabinet

You can easily create more storage area in your workshop by building this tall shop cabinet that holds a lot of workshop tools and miscellaneous.

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Saw-Blade Caddie


Saw-Blade Caddie

This is a very inexpensive project for a saw blade caddie that will keep all your blades organized and out of the way.

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Small Storage Cabinet

Small Storage Cabinet

You can build this small storage cabinet with three shelves and is wall mounted. This cabinet only takes a few hours to build.

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