• Home
  • Members
  • [#<Breadcrumb:0x000056205a285958 @title="Home", @path="/nation">, #<Breadcrumb:0x000056205a284ff8 @title="Members", @path="/nation/members">]

Tom Bury

Member Since: 02/2016

Project Likes: 335

Tom Bury has been designing spaces for more than a decade. Best known for his most challenging project to date, Tom works with Chef Robert Irvine as the lead construction manager on the Food Network series Restaurant: Impossible. He is the Found/Partner in Division 9 Design + Construction L.P which is both a design firm and construction company.


    • This is such a cool and versatile design. I especially like the hidden storage and chalkboard.
      By grover959, on January 8, 2018

    • How much weight does this table hold?
      By renewedhaven, on January 17, 2018
      • We haven't done weight testing on it to give you an exact answer, but it is a very sturdy table!
        By RYOBI NATION, on February 8, 2018

    • Where do you find the plans?
      By masswood, on February 8, 2018
      • @masswood You can find the plans on RYOBI Nation's Dream Workshop website here:https://www.ryobitools.com/nation/dreamworkshop
        By RYOBI NATION, on February 9, 2018

    • What is the wall paint color?
      By mahlesalvage, on March 2, 2018

    • Great idea and very useful! 
      By Jgarcia779, on April 24, 2018

    • There looks like there’s an error in the cuts. One of the 2x4x8 says cut 2 pieces 40”, but when constructing the frames it later tells you to cut 48”. There are no cuts on the diagram for 48”.
      By AshVann80, on February 9, 2020

    • I'm starting to put together a little workshop for myself and figured this would be a great first project.
      Instead of a chalkboard, I'm planning on using magnetic primer and dry erase board paint.   Will be my first time using those products.

      I'm curious, for the rest of the work bench, what type of finish would anyone suggest, or just leave it raw wood?

      By Bbasselgia, on August 3, 2020

    • Are these plans available in the Spanish language?
      By user_raydon_1710145, on January 23, 2021
    View All Comments
    • My Hubby's dream. Gaming and space for his tools...awesome! But I already told you that on IG!
      By MommasAryobiToolJunkie, on February 8, 2018

    • Awesome project! I'd love to redo my garage with all these ideas.
      By grimreaper, on February 27, 2018

    • What is the wall paint color?
      By mahlesalvage, on March 2, 2018

    • What is the wall color you used
      By mahlesalvage, on March 9, 2018

    • My garage is finished so I do not have the height needed to do this. I would need to make it no higher than 7 foot to allow for the barn door hardware, would I just change the dimensions from 8 foot to 7? Or 84 X 24 x 84? Thanks
      By steve57, on March 10, 2018
      • Sorry for the late reply. I would buy the barn door hardware first then mock it up to see the clearence you want. You may need to leave some room to get the door on and off the track. Good luck!
        By Tom Bury, on April 5, 2018
    View All Comments
    • I find myself visit I g this site so much. You always have the best ideas for every job, every workshop big or small. My wife loves this and I'm going to make this for my little work shed. Job button is a definitely a must have.
      By jester5042, on February 13, 2018
    View All Comments
    • That is a Cool idea!
      By Ted L., on February 16, 2016

    • This is nice... I'm just happen to see this but I'm design my drawers slide box for my suv. It's half the length of your... Thanks for sharing your built.
      By Spyderx92, on February 16, 2016

    • Tom, Great idea. I have two homes and making sure you have the right tool at the location you are working is important. Happy Creating, Karen Marie Dragonfly & Lily Pads
      By Dragonfly & Lily Pads, on February 16, 2016

    • Tom, Nice build! And using the boxes as additional work area by flipping them over is a great idea. Did you use any drawer guides for the pull-outs?
      By mimeyer11, on February 19, 2016

    • Awesome project Tom. It's a damn shame I can't vote for you! This is way cooler and definitely more original.
      By BigSexy, on February 23, 2016

    • Thank you all for the LOVE. The truck bed work station was a fun build. Great question about the drawer guides. Answer: I kept this very simple and rugged because hey,....it is a work station for the truck. Also because of the weight of the tools inside I did not want drawer guides to add extra friction and make them harder to pull out. What I did do was leave plenty of room on all sides of the drawers from the housing, this allowed the drawers freedom and again less friction. And to help cover up these large gaps on the drawer face 1 added aluminum angles , to fill the gap, add durability, ohh and look so COOL.....
      By Tom Bury, on February 29, 2016

    • Great project! My truck is screaming for it. Nice job! Mitch
      By cetaco, on March 21, 2016

    • AWESOME IDEA I love it I am going to have to build one
      By mpeaslee, on March 23, 2016
    View All Comments

back to top?

Asset 1

Join RYOBI Nation

We're so glad you're here! Let's get started.

Welcome to Ryobi Nation!

Please confirm your email address.


Let's build your project feed!

Select some categories to pick the kinds of projects that show up on your home page:

Welcome to Nation

welcome_r2 graphic
Welcome to your RYOBI Nation quick start guide, a fast and easy way to see everything that's waiting for you!
project_feed_r1 graphic
Your feed shows the latest projects from the categories you’ve selected, right on your homepage!
upload_r2 graphic
Are you working on something awesome? Upload your DIY projects today, and share with other members.
contests_r2 graphic
We award monthly and annual prizes for the best projects, worth up to $2500 in RYOBI tools! That’s a lot of hardware, and it could all be yours.
connect_r2 graphic
RYOBI Nation is a positive connection between people who are creating great things.
You can follow fellow members, like their projects, and comment to let them know they’re doing a great job.
notifications_r1 graphic
Come back to RYOBI Nation often to see what is new and to stay in touch.
If you're on a mobile device, don't forget you can add RYOBI Nation to your home screen for quick access to your project feed.

Update Image