I got a question about my wall tool storage system and a request for some additional detailed photos. The idea for these storage boards is not my own. I “borrowed” the concept from an issue of Fine Woodworking Tools & Shops from several years ago when I was still a subscriber. The concept is very ingenious. French cleats screwed into wall studs anchor the system securely to the wall. Tool boards of various widths (depending upon the stock I had on hand when I made them) are hung from the French cleats to allow tools to be attached anywhere and in any configuration. The French cleats make the boards easy to rearrange on the wall, as well as easy to move the tools around on the boards. The boards have another square cleat, the same thickness as the French cleat, attached close to the bottom edge to keep the boards hanging plumb. Tool holders are very simple, consisting mostly of pegs glued into holes bored directly into the boards or short sticks with holes bored in them and a cleat glued underneath to enable the holder to be screwed to the boards. Sometimes, I skipped the cleats and just screwed through the edge of the board if it was narrow enough. So here are a bunch of more detailed photos of the whole system.