This Old House general contractor Tom Silva creates wall-hung storage for tools and supplies. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Build a Tool Storage Cabinet:
3/4-inch and 1/2-inch A-C plywood [
perforated hardboard [ used on the cabinet doors
metal shelf standards and clips [
carpenter’s glue [
2-inch pocket screws [
15/8-inch drywall screws [
1-inch [ and 5/8-inch pins [
1×3 pine [
continuous piano hinges [
pull handles [
pegboard hooks and baskets [

Tools for How to Build a Tool Storage Cabinet:
circular saw [
table saw [
drill/driver [
pocket hole jig [
impact driver [
bar clamps [
pneumatic pin nailer [ with air compressor [
miter saw [

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33 Comments

Mix Pick

April 18, 2020

Damnit, I know you guys consider a table saw a must –but I ain't got one! So! It's always a bummer when that's the featured tool to use. I've built a number of your projects without a table saw and just through workarounds discovered many different methods that work. It would be great, for me, if you lose the table saw and just do it with circular saws and hand or other power tools. I love the program nonetheless so don't take this as a knock –just a poor sucker without a quality table saw! Lol

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TFo

April 18, 2020

3:30 Any reason the center divide doesn't rest in a dado as well?

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Serbie Dog

April 18, 2020

Is it just me, or does Kevin come across as a guy that doesn't necessarily know which end of the screwdriver goes into the screw?

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HouseofCards

April 18, 2020

How do you guys plan to hang this on the wall, please?

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Aidan Mills

April 18, 2020

Nails…

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Nicholas Dunn

April 18, 2020

1:46 and that’s why you don’t stand directly behind the blade. Those little off-cuts can do some damage when they shoot back like that. Thanks for showing proper table saw technique!

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RCDesertRat

April 18, 2020

POCKET HOLE JIG FOR THE WIN! 🤠👍

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Patriot1

April 18, 2020

New cabinet was cheaper than a table saw – done

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Yuki De Jesus

April 18, 2020

U lost me after you showed me whole bunch of other cool tools that I don’t have and I don’t think will ever have… f***

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BIRDMAN

April 18, 2020

All this work of watching you guys work has caused me great stress so I am now headed to the local bar!

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Micah

April 18, 2020

2:54 what’s soooooo funny?!

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Ivor

April 18, 2020

Up next. Tom builds a piano for the shop. Lol

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Ronald Trump

April 18, 2020

Step one: acquire 35 years of woodworking and general contracting experience.
Step two: acquire thousands and thousands of dollars of woodworking equipment and hand tools.
Step three:…
Me: stop right there. I’m out.

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Aleks M

April 18, 2020

Is it me but that kevin dude is so annoying…

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effinchad

April 18, 2020

Must be nice to have every tool, energy resource, and fastener at your disposal to make it seem easy. Renting tools doesn't always go perfectly.

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Inferno 99m

April 18, 2020

Anyone else see the kickback at 1:47 ?

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Jerry White

April 18, 2020

Meantime at 3:03 Kevin's off in the back inspecting boards he's cut. Because he know's nothing.

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JUrry3

April 18, 2020

When someone asks you to "make them something" most folks have no idea of the dozens of decisions, measurements, set up time that's actually involved.
Not only is building something a physical act but tons of thought and problem solving is involved.
GREAT video, good to show a bit of the detail involved. 👍👍

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C II

April 18, 2020

Now. Back to tools you don’t have and skills you’ll never attain with Tommy Silva

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The Cat Man

April 18, 2020

The remainder of the board is thrown back by the blade at 1:46. tsk tsk

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Bruce Welty

April 18, 2020

Peg board sucks.

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joseph Norcal USA #1

April 18, 2020

Good job, thank you for sharing !!

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Bulldog44s

April 18, 2020

I wish they provided the build sheet.

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jose sorto

April 18, 2020

Great video 🙏👍

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April 18, 2020

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Brian M

April 18, 2020

Man I wish I could do half the things that Tom can.

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Justin Jirout

April 18, 2020

I mean since it justs a garage cabinet, couldn't I use the pocket hole jig to fasten the face frame? instead of the finger joint method?

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Alex T

April 18, 2020

Handles are crooked. Just saying.

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ciaran all rounder. Jack of all, master of none

April 18, 2020

So i first need to buy a big table saw.☺

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Random Stuff In Oregon

April 18, 2020

This turned out amazing as always. I spent an afternoon recently making my own cabinet, but mine is made entirely out of drywall screws and whatever I found in my moldy scrap wood pile. As you can imagine, mine doesn't look to good, but it's solid.

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Random Stuff In Oregon

April 18, 2020

I came down here to the comments to mention the kick back, but I guess everyone else saw it too.

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Andrew Matragrano

April 18, 2020

Mlm L

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Mark H

April 18, 2020

That wasn't kick back, if you have ever experienced kick back the piece of wood will fly back like it was shot out of a cannon.

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