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You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely.

Lowboys, stools or crickets—whatever you call them, these stands are amazingly strong and versatile. There are four separate lengths for the tops and sides for four different-sized lowboys. You can make all four “boys” out of one sheet of 3/4-in. plywood. The progressively larger sizes allow them to nest for storage. The 16-in. height is just right for large work that might not fit on normal sawhorses. For working around the house, that extra height makes it easy to reach ceilings.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions: Air compressor loft. Build this handy corner unit for your air compressor. http://www.familyhandyman.com/workshop/storage/small-workshop-storage-solutions/view-all

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

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Small Workshop Storage Solutions  Tips for getting more storage space out of your small workshop

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely. In this article, we&

Using L-hooks any shelf can be made pegboard compliant.  Custom holders for drills, etc?  Use 2x4s and 1/4-in. L-hooks to make the shelves. Chamfer the top back edge so the shelf can be tipped in and tighten the L-hooks for a snug fit against the Peg-Board. Predrill the edges of the 2x4s with a 3/16-in. drill bit and about every 6 in., screw in threaded 2-in. L-hooks to match the holes in your Peg-Board. These shelves are surprisingly strong and can be sized to fit your specific needs.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

<p>You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful  woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely. In this  article, we’ll show how to squeeze the most space from a tiny shop. We’ll give  you tips for storing tools and materials so they’re out of your way, organizing  your shop so there’s more room to work, and building storage units that keep  items off the floor so you’re not tripping over them. We’ll also show you h...

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely. In this article, we&

We can part with our CDs, thin out our closets of clothing, stop coming home with curbside finds...but we must find more room for more books [wild eyed]. Laure's Book in the Rafters idea and the wrap around ceiling shelving shown above are both efficient uses of overhead space. Corners, stairways, closets and even doorways can be converted into additional storage. Below are 8 more efficient solutions for small space shelving storage...

8 Best Small Space Shelving Solutions

Kristin's The Amazing Staircase is not only one of our favourite AT posts of all time, it's a glowing example of utilizing limited space efficiently

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You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely.

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Small Workshop Storage Solutions

You don’t need a gigantic workshop to produce beautiful woodworking projects. You just need to use your existing space wisely.

You may not have room for a permanent assembly table, but you can always clear a spot for this temporary folding one. Buy a pair of collapsible sawhorses. Screw an old or damaged door (lumberyards often have rejects at rock-bottom prices) to the top of the horses. You’ll have a large workspace that folds up and takes very little room to store. Screw two 1-5/8 in. drywall screws up into the edges of the door at the end of each horse. The table will set up in about 60 seconds.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

Keep a hollow core door around as an assembly table -- toss it on a pair of saw horses. Leave space behind something to store it.

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