DIY Closet Organizer
Built With Kreg Jig Plans.

You Can Build This Closet Organizer!

OK, Folks!  This DIY closet organizer plan is so practical and easy!  Even if you have never built anything with your Kreg Jig before, YOU CAN BUILD YOUR OWN CLOSET ORGANIZER!

"BUT, I don't want to organize my closet in that way. . . ."

Good! This plan is designed so you can build the sections to fit YOUR space and YOUR needs.  The plan shows you how to create more hanging space, or more shoe space, or more ???? Whatever works best for you!

OOOH! I want to get off this computer, and start building!


(Photo courtesy of Kreg Tool Company, and is subject to copyright protection.)

You can buy this plan from the Kreg Tool Company.  It is also one of the 10 FREE plans you receive when you purchase the Kreg DIY Project Kit.

To learn more about the Kreg DIY Project Kit, you have two options:

1.  Click on the link above which takes you to Kreg Tool; or

2.  Click here to see OUR review of this set of tools for the woodworking beginner. (P.S. We recommend it!)

The link to purchase your own copy
of these DIY Closet Organizer plans
  is at the bottom of the page.
It will take you to the Kreg Tool Company website.

Woodworking Tools Needed to Build These Kreg Plans.

This DIY closet organizer plan from Kreg Tool Company requires only a few tools. The woodworking HAND tools are:

  • Kreg jig;
  • woodworking clamps;
  • tape measure; and
  • pencil.

You will need the following woodworking POWER tools:

  • circular saw; and
  • drill.

On a project of this size an electric sander would be most helpful!

Always make sure
you wear your safety glasses
when using your power tools.

 Materials List for DIY Closet Organizer?

Materials Needed To Build This Kreg Jig plan:

Because this DIY closet organizer plan is built in sections, and probably everyone is going to build it a little differently, we can't give you a list of materials!

However, we can tell you that each piece is made from 3/4" thick plywood, and 1x4" 3/4" thick boards.

And you will use 1 1/4 inch coarse Kreg screws while building each section.

You may not be able to find the screws
at your local hardware or big box store.
  By clicking on the photo of the screws,
you can buy them directly from the Kreg Tool Company.

When it comes time to install the sections into your closet, you will need some other hardware.  For sure, you will need some wood screws for attaching the support pieces to the studs in the closet wall.  You may also need some heavy-duty drywall anchors, closet rods, and closet rod supports.

The Approximate Cost
to Build These Plans?


For many of us cost is a limiting factor, so we usually give you an approximate cost with each plan.  BUT, because each person will probably build their own DIY closet organizer using different sections, we can't get close to what YOUR costs would be.

What we do know - IT IS AFFORDABLE?  The materials are in the stacks at your local lumber store - nothing fancy, nothing expensive, and nothing hard to find!

To do a whole closet at one time is a big project.  If it is not in the budget to build it all at once, you can build one section at a time.  Those sections could even be used as completed, even though not installed permanently in the closet.

P.S.  I think we are going to start with the tower section.  I REALLY WANT TO GET THE SHOES OFF THE FLOOR!

Check Out
our Hints, Tips and Recommendations!

The plan is excellent for a beginner woodworker!  Or for anybody who wants more organization in their life!

The printed plan is put together in sections, so that if you wanted to build just one of the towers, all the information needed is right there.  AND, I mean ALL!  It starts with a complete materials list, a list of tools needed, cutting diagrams, and numerous tips. Each step is very detailed, including step-by-step, colorful diagrams.

We recommend you read the plan through before starting, and then review the Project Notes at every stage of building.  The "Project Notes" and "DIY Tips" are very helpful.

After I read it through the first time, my mind was racing with ideas of how I was going to use the sections of the plan to organize everything and EVERYBODY (maybe not such a good idea) in my house!

This plan uses one type of pocket hole joinery:  right angle - which is what you use most of the time.  The Kreg Right Angle Clamp would make the job much easier. 

(Photo courtesy of Kreg Tool Company, and is subject to copyright protection.)

If you didn't buy the Kreg DIY Project Kit (this plan is Free with that kit), the purchase price of $15 for this plan is well worth it!

Visit the Kreg Tool Company Website to Get Your Plans.

To go to the website for these Kreg DIY Closet Organizer plans, click here, on the Kreg Tools logo.

Then click on the "Products" tab at the top of the page, and then go to "Education and Apparel."  Your last click is on "Product Plans."  There you can see all of the plans you can purchase from Kreg Tool Company, including this plan.

After purchase, you will receive a download code via email. The email will direct you back to the Kreg Tool Company website, where you can enter your code to download the plan.

It's very simple!  We have done it a bunch of times!


We Have Created Other Table Plans to Build With Your Kreg Jig.

We have more table plans, including these end table plans, that you can build with your Kreg Jig.

Click on this link, or on the photo above to view your options.

Check Out Some of the FREE Plans from the Kreg Tool Company!

Click on this link, or on the photo, to review some of the FREE plans you can get from the Kreg Tool Company.

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