Plans for projects to help you get organized in your home.
This adjustable desktop organizer is modular and can be configured a number of ways to suit your needs. Easy to build, this organizer isn't only for desktops, it would work in a playroom, workshop or just about anywhere. Free plans at the link.
This pegboard organizer is easy to build and will have so many potential uses in your home. You can use it in a craft room but also in the workshop or kids room. Follow along at the link to see just how easy it is to make.
Building this plastic bag organizer is a quick and easy project you will wish you built sooner. Follow the simple instructions and video at the link to see how to build it.
This desk organizer is easy to build and you can customize it to suit your needs. You could make things bigger or smaller or re-arrange the holders. Follow along at the link to see how to build it.
Build this beautiful DIY desk organizer which won't take up too much precious space on your desk measuring just 5 1/2 inches deep. At the link you will find easy-to-follow instructions as well as the materials and tools list. There is even a drawer for extra storage. Get organized today!!
This organizer incorporates one mirror, two punched aluminum panels (for earrings and necklaces), one corkboard, and two magnetic boards. You can customize it to suit your needs.
Usually I go straight from paper sketch to working with wood. On this project, I thought it was worth the price of a 2x4 section of plywood, plus an evening or two, to first make a prototype.
This is a woodworking model, each piece of wood is a seperate component so that they can be manipulated and measured individually. This plan comes from Minwax.
You only need one board to make this nifty desktop organizer. Check out the link and see what tools and steps you take to make one for your desk.
This desk organizer set includes free plans to build a magazine or paper organizer, a square pencil cup, and a tray to hold supplies.
Build this modern desk organizer using these step-by-step plans. A quick and easy project with big impact.
This simple organizer neatly stores papers, files, books, magazines, catalogs etc. We have provided several customization options so that you can accommodate different size items, vary the style, and alter the dimensions. It goes together very quickly with a unique production technique. The organizer must be made with plywood because it would not be able to withstand the expansion and contraction associated with solid wood.
Get your kitchen cabinets organized by utilizing all the space available to you. That includes building cabinet door organizers. So easy and useful. Follow along at the link to gain more kitchen storage.
This is an easy project to build using these free plans. Makes for a great organizational caddy for hair accessories.
If you need to get your office more organized, in particular your desk, you need to build a desk organizer. It could also be used as a charging station as well. The dimensions of this desk organizer is 12.5 long x 5.5 deep and 6 inches high. Follow along at the link to see how it was built.
Build this drawer organizer using scrap wood or plywood and the free instructions at the link.
Here is a fun project to help you get your desk organized. Full instructions at the link.
This handsome mahogany cabinet is a smart way to store phone equipment in a home office, library, or den while providing valuable storage space.
Keep all things school related in one spot. Build this school organizer with backpack storage as well. Hang it on the wall by the door.
Use the free step-by-step instructions at the link to build this amazing cubby organizer.
This wall organizer is both beautiful and functional. Build it using the free downloadable woodworking plans available at the link.
Get your little one organized by building a cubby organizer for him or her. Here is how...
Follow along at the link and build a peg board desk organizer. This one features a place for magazines or tablets in the back.
This modular mail organizer was built using 3/4 inch thick scrap plywood and a few tools. Perfect for getting more working space on your desk.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a simple desktop organizer. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
With this pegboard inspired wall organizer you can customize the placement of the pegs to suite your needs. Build it using these free instructions.
Build a desk topper shelf using wood from your scrap pile. This will give you added storage and remove clutter from your desk surface giving your more workspace. Build it using the free woodworking plans available at the link.
This pencil box organizer is perfect for keeping your desk organized. Also perfect for crayons! Build this simple organizer using the free plans at the link.
This desk organizer is an easy build and you have the choice of either attaching it together or leaving it to be adjustable. Oh, and you only need one 1 x 10 x 8 foot board to build it.
This desk organizer set includes a file folder, a pencil/pen holder and a caddy with divided spaces. This set is build using 1/2 inch plywood and here are the free plans.
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