Like most of you, I have a backyard shed, but as my hobby interests grew, so did my collection of tools. I found myself building pallet carts for my tools so they were on wheels, which helped greatly, but I still always needed “the tool in the back of the shed”, meaning I had to unpack my shed daily for various projects. I finally came up with an idea to get around that issue by making my own Pallet Tool Shed Featuring Separate Tool Stalls. I was able to do this because of the Stanley Hardware sponsored program 1001pallets.com offered to all the U.S. crafters.
Although I’ll have lots of information, you’ll have to make your own to fit your own yard and tool needs, which means you may have to frame your structure differently because of the materials available to you.
Use my project to plan out our own custom “Tool Barn” as we call it now. Be sure you check with your local code enforcement or planning/zoning department for requirements on sizes, easement requirements, etc. for sheds in your area.