Tool Storage Wall Cabinet





Tool storage is a necessity in any shop. While storage is great, accessible storage is even better. That’s why I designed this tool storage cabinet. I used pegboard to display the tools and allow for great accessibility. With doors, not only do you more than double your hanging space but you do so with a small footprint. Make sure to head on over to Ryobi Nation where I’ve posted the full plans exclusively for Ryobi Nation members.

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DIY Pegboard Wall Tool Storage Plans - Dimensions

These plans were created exclusively for Ryobi Nation so make sure you hop on over there to get the full plans!

>> Full Plans on Ryobi Nation <<

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  • shnu

    Great stuff. Want to tackle it this weekend but I don’t see the plans at RyobiNation or here. What am I missing?

  • Linda Korb

    Yes! So it’s our turn to move into a new house and this will be great for my new shop area 😉 So many things to build now and so little time!

    • haha yep! That’s what happens when you move. You start the building process all over.

  • Gabriel S

    I don’t see the plans at Ryobi Nation!

  • Krissy

    Love everything about it (except that Ravens sticker…). 🙂 Thanks again for the plans – I could definitely benefit from building this for my work area.

    • haha! Well you are welcome for the plans. My workspace is a ton more organized now with this unit up.

  • Carlos

    What do you suggest for those who may not have a table saw to create the dados. I have a miter and trying to think of a creative way to reconstruct what you’ve done. Please help. Thank you. Love your projects btw!!!!

    • Thanks Carlos! What you could do is attach a trim piece to either side of the peg board to keep it in place instead of cutting the dados.

  • SpinalTap

    Thanks Carlos – this is a great idea. I’m going to try it as my first venture with a new table saw. One thing I was thinking of doing was doubling up the peg board on the doors so I could effectively use the holes on either side. Do you think this is necessary? My thinking was that if you use a hole on the front of the peg board, that hole is no longer available on the back of the pegboard. Also, do you have a link to the plastic pegs you have on the board?

  • Rameses

    great project! I’m going to try and tackle it in the next weeks or so. unrelated question. Where did you get the cabinet that is pictured below, or is that also something you built? thanks!

    • Awesome man. Can’t wait to see how it turns out. And the tool bench came from Sams Club.

  • Ryan

    Why does the material list call for 3/4″ thick boards and then also 1″ boards? Standard boards all all 3/4″ thick correct? Can I use all standard boards or is there a reason for stpecifying 3/4″ and 1″?