|Project by Jim Savage||posted 04-16-2010 01:31 AM||2900 views||12 times favorited||9 comments|
This wall cabinet is from WOOD Magazine. I got the plans out of “Best-Ever Home Shop Ideas 2009”. It probably appeared in a regular issue of the magazine at some point, but I don’t know when. If you’re looking for the plans on their website, I think they call it a “Tool Cabinet”.
It’s 32 inches wide, 32 inches tall, and 12 inches deep. It has two sets of doors that have pegboard panels, and then shelving inside of that.
There’s a lot more pegboard space than I thought, but the storage is not very deep (except for the outside doors). The bins (along the bottom in pictures #2 and #3) hold a lot of small things that would be loose or in plastic cups otherwise. I also have a few things hanging on the exterior sides of the cabinet.
This is a good project for a small shop. I used leftover plywood, and I bought one sheet of pegboard and two lengths of piano hinge.
My pictures came out a little dim, but I think you can see the things I’m describing.