Hey guys! I am so excited about the workbench I built for the shop in my new house! My shop is still a work-in-progress but this was a huge improvement and much needed addition!
I modified the workbench that Whitney built because I wanted more free space in my shop! You can see her workbench HERE! This is the perfect bench for small work spaces and I only spent about $100 including the casters.
This is a really quick and easy workbench and of course, we’ve got the Free Printable plans too! You can click HERE or the image below to print them!
A HUGE thank you to our awesome friend Jay, over at Jays Custom Creations, for providing us with the printable version of our plans!!! He has tons of furniture plans on his site so go check them out 🙂
And as always, I’m sharing my step-by-step instructions to help!
I had my MDF boards ripped down at Home Depot and I started by making my cuts and drilling pocket holes, with my Kreg Jig, in the legs.
I used my Ryobi Airstrike Nailer and wood glue to attach the bottom shelf
How easy was that?! I love rolling it out of my shop on pretty days (and to watch the kiddos play while I work) As you can see, I have outfitted it with all of our favorite Ryobi power tools and mounted my K5 Kreg Jig to the top 🙂 Make sure to sign up for Ryobi Nation to get special MEMBER-ONLY discounts on their tools! You can sign up HERE!
Thanks so much for stopping by!