Storage

6 Storage Solutions You Can Build Into Any Cabinet

6 Storage Solutions You Can Build Into Any Cabinet By Bruce Kieffer You may also like… Modular Shop Cabinets Hyperorganize Your Shop Hold-Everything Tool Rack Sandpaper Roll Storage I use pressure-sensitive-adhesive (PSA) sanding discs. For easy access, I like to get them out of their packages and lined up by grit....

3 Kitchen Storage Projects

3 Kitchen Storage Projects Squeeze more space from your cabinets with customized roll-outs. by Eric Smith and David Radke It’s time to increase the storage space in your kitchen by accessing its underutilized space. Here’s how to reclaim that wilderness area underneath the sink, install a mini-pantry and fasten an extra...

Spice Up a Kitchen Drawer

Spice Up a Kitchen Drawer I like to think my woodworking makes our house a little nicer place to live. Here’s an example: I used to empty half the spice cupboard just to find the coriander for my curry. This drawer-sized spice rack was the perfect solution. A few scraps of...

Cable-Tie Cord Management

        My power tool cords were always in a tangle, so I finally did something about it. All it took was a couple of cable ties; a small standard one and a large resealable one. I drilled a couple of tiny holes in the resealable tie (near its clasp) and inserted the small standard...

Sharp Edge Protection

    To protect the sharp edges of my scrapers and fine handsaws, I use the spine from a plastic page protector. They’re available at office supply stores. Two bucks will get you a pack of six. They are easily cut to length with a utility knife.        

Behind the Stairs Storage

        In my basement shop every square inch counts! Out of necessity I found a wealth of unused space tucked right under my nose,or should I say feet.That awkward space under the basement steps can easily be turned into a set of deep shelves perfect for storing everything from tools to shop vacuums, and of...

Turn Your Storage World Upside Down

Turn Your Storage World Upside Down In my small garage shop, floor space goes for a premium while the air space overhead goes unused. I came up with a neat little trick to make use of that free space. All I did was bolt together a set of inexpensive metal shelves...