Discover 17 unique DIY workbench plans for any workspace! From mobile to storage-packed options, find the perfect workbench for your needs here.
A workbench is the cornerstone of any workshop. It's the place where all the magic happens—from sawing and drilling to assembling your latest project.
But no two workshops are the same! Some only have enough room for a folding workbench that rolls into a corner, while others are huge spaces with all the tools you need right at your fingertips.
That's why I've scoured the internet to bring you 17 different DIY workbench plans to suit every need and skill level. Each plan comes with its own set of unique features, so you can choose the one that's just right for you.
When you only have a small area, you need to make use of your space efficiently and this t-track workbench does just that.
It has tons of storage on all four sides for the tools, small parts, and other items I use to build projects every day. The t-track worktop is great for clamping and holding pieces in place during assembly.
This DIY mobile workbench has a large work surface area that can be used anywhere in your shop. It features a slatted base for storage underneath so sawdust can fall right through instead of collecting on the surface. The shelves on the side are great for frequently used tools and hardware.
Transform a cluttered corner of the garage into a huge work surface with lots of storage! This one incorporates a table saw into one end so you can use the rest of the top as an outfeed table. The t-track around the outside edge makes clamping a breeze!
Small shops need workstations that function well but don't take up a lot of space. This one folds neatly away and can be leaned against a wall when not in use. The wheels on the bottom make it easy to roll outside or out of the way!
You don't have to decide between large tool storage and a work area with this clever workbench. This flip-top cart holds heavy tools like a planer or miter saw attached to one side. Then when you need a flat work surface, you simply flip the top over and lock it in place!
This folding workbench only takes up four square feet of space, making it perfect for small workshops! It has storage shelves and a drawer on one side that is still accessible even when the top is down.
This simple DIY workbench idea uses Kreg Klamp Tracks to make it more versatile, allowing for easy clamping of projects. It's an easy beginner woodworking project that any one can build for around $60 in materials.
This DIY workbench idea gives you tons of storage, a large work surface, and it is made to house your table saw. Leave it in the center of the workshop as a permanent fixture, or add heavy duty casters to move it around easily.
I've always wanted a lathe, but didn't think I had the space for one in my workshop. This compact stand makes it easy to fit into a corner when not in use. If you don't have a lathe, it makes the perfect narrow work surface for building other projects.