12 & 13. Workbenches and tool carts
BTW, one of our all-time favorite projects on this blog got started the day we completely organized our messy tool closet.
We “remodeled” our generic rental patio into a beautiful outdoor room that we enjoy EVERYDAY!
14 & 15. Wall organization using French cleat
The French cleat system is really popular among woodworkers. It securely holds heavy loads while still allows easy adjustments and placement.
In the pictures above, you can see a simple shelf as an example of how one can easily make all kinds of tool holders and move them around to any spots on the cleat. ( Source : 14 | 15 – see video below )
16 & 17. More French cleat
More examples showing how the French cleat is a really flexible system that lets you get creative customizing it. ( Source : 17 )
18 & 19. Endless possibilities with Pegboards
By now you probably can tell that pegboards and French cleats are two of the most versatile systems for craft room and workshop organization. I love the pegboard wall at Remodelando la Casa and the pegboard tool cart by Mom4Real.
20 & 21. A place for everything and everything in its place.
These systems makes it so easy to see and reach everything. No more fumbling in drawers or cabinets! Because everything has its designated place, it is easy to keep the craft room and workshop clutter free.
During the entire semester when I took the woodworking class and made this wall cabinet from scratch ( tutorial and free plan here), the classroom / workshop was always so organized and a joy to be in.
Once we finish our move ( hopefully this year) I will show you our workshop and craft room!
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Happy creating! =)