DIY Garage Cabinets for Shop Organization

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I’m continuing my shop storage overhaul with DIY Garage Cabinets that match the wall cabinets I made late last year. These base cabinets have modular storage options and are made from sturdy ¾” plywood. You can learn how to build these shop cabinets and customize them to meet your needs. Full build plans available through the link above. #woodworking #storage #organization

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20 Replies to “DIY Garage Cabinets for Shop Organization”

  1. I bought these plans and want to let everyone know how excellent they are! Very accurate and simple to follow. The cabinets were very easy to assemble. Had I not had several projects going at once, I would have finished these in a couple of days. If anyone is considering these as on option, you won't regret it! I was originally going to stay with only the lower cabinets, but now am going to purchase the plans for the uppers as well!

  2. Why do you guys keep building toe kicks on garage cabinets? It is material inefficient, and harder to get leveled.

    Make the side panels three inches shorter, and make the bottom, even with the bottom of the side.

    Then make a frame out of 2X4s, or even 3/4-inch plywood, with leveling feet. You put it where the cabinet will go, and level it up. Then place the cabinets on it, and your done.

    No notch to cut, no wasted plywood.

  3. I just got that Accu Cut from KREG and that thing works pretty good. I cant afford a $500 track saw so that was a good option.

  4. Hi Brad! Great content! Question, which should be the overlay on the doors?, if I making 3 cabinetes similar to this, they're framless.

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