My rack utilizes the space between the posts in my post frame building to create a back rack for less used tools.
Then to double storage I created a front rack that is on hinges that swings out to a cess the rear. The swing rack is on caster wheels to balence weight.
Step 1: Materials
Tools needed is a saw and a drill or screw driver.
Step 2: Back Storage Area
Step 3: Layout Swing Rack
It consists of a 2x4 that lays flat on the bottom, 2x4 sides and then the vertical sides make the short edges of the box on top that keeps the handles.
I put the casters on the bottom to help with weight. They are probably not needed but I had them just laying around.
Step 4: Offset Top
Step 5: Mount to Wall
I used hinges on the top and bottom to hold up the swing rack. The bottom hinge was attached to the floor 2x6. The top hinge was attached above the back bar 2x6 so that it would overlap.
Step 6: Fill It Up
Even full of tools the swing racks move easily and nothing has fell out yet.
So far this seems to be a great solution for my tools. I like it a lot. I will have to keep rearranging it until it suits my needs perfect but that will come with more use.
Thanks for checking it out.