|Project by Aaron McCain||posted 02-26-2012 11:27 PM||7136 views||5 times favorited||8 comments|
I’ve just finished a pegboard tool cabinet, but have yet to start filling it with tools. That will come soon enough. The cabinet has two big door capable of storing tools and the back and front. It also has two smaller inner doors with similar back/front storage. There is room behind the inner doors for narrow items (like a can of spray paint) and a spot below the inner doors for nuts and bolts or other items. It is 31” square and about 13 inches deep. It is made out of a single sheet of plywood and a single sheet of pegboard.
Some of you may be noticing a collegiate theme I have going in my shop. The can of reject blue paint I found at can go a long way. However, I did use some blue spray paint for the letters. I used masking tape, spray adhesive, letters off the printer, and a hobby knife to cut out a stencil. It was a little tedious, but I am pleased with the results. I almost don’t want to hang tools on it, but then that would defeat the purpose.
This design is straight from the Oct. 2008 issue of Wood Magazine (issue #172)