DIY Cordless Drill Storage And Charging Station http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2015/12/11/cordless-drill-storage-and-charging-station/ This wall-mounted cordless drill storage will help keep the entire workshop looking clean and organized. It also serves as the charging station so that items related to your cordless tools are always all in one place! If you don't have any wall space available anymore, you can incorporate this idea into an existing furniture/storage in your workshop!
Rule of thumb guides best workbench height | There’s no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to workbench height. An inch or two plus or minus can make a big difference, depending on how your bench will be used. The standard height of 34″ matches most tablesaw heights. Make your workbench height the distance from the floor to your first thumb knuckle, with your arms hanging relaxed at your sides.
Saw off short pieces of 1-1/2-, 2- or 3-in. PVC plumbing pipe with 45-degree angles on one end. Screw them to a board to hold paintbrushes, pencils, stir sticks and just about any other narrow paraphernalia in your garage. Mount them by drilling a 1/4-in. hole in the angled end, and then drive a 1-5/8-in. drywall screw through the hole into the board.
Small Workshop Storage Solutions: Eke out every cubic inch of storage in a basement shop with pivoting boxes that hang between the ceiling joists. http://www.familyhandyman.com/workshop/storage/small-workshop-storage-solutions/view-all