Which is not much of a cabinet at all. I’ve been meaning to make one for a few months. Previously I just hand my hand tools all over makeshift shelves that the previous owners put in the garage.
I decided against a cabinet in favor of using the space between the studs to my advantage.
I hung a 2 foot x 4 foot sheet of plywood to store the measuring tools, saws, chisels, and other smallish stuff. The planes all sit between the studs and slightly under the plywood so they don’t fall to the floor.
I also moved most of my bar clamps to that area since it is directly behind my bench. The parallel clamps remain on the other side of the shop
Definitely not the most elegant solution, but efficient and easy to locate everything
Actually my motivation for this was a messy bench. I hate having to move a million things to make room for a different milling or joinery operation. Shelves just got cluttered with crap as I would simply move the contents of my bench in bulk to a random shelf. Now that everything has an easy place to be, I don’t have to do that anymore.
Next up is the power tool side of the shop. That is 10x worse.