We finally got our basement a bit more organized and painted, thus giving me a space that I can actually call a workshop. The two photos below show the area I’m working in.
The oil tank is a feature because I can put drawings or notes on it with magnets. They don’t blow away of get lost as fast.
The workbench is one of the first things I knocked together after we bought the house. Someday I’ll probably rework it with better legs and lower it a few inches.
The ‘ell’ part of my shop leads past the laundry (with a shop sink—yay!) I opened up the wall, removing much of the wallboard I installed 15 years ago to create racks for long and short cut offs. Dowels are kept further along.
Shortcomings in the shop are lack of really good lighting in a few spots and lack of a dedicated circuit for electricity. I only use one tool at a time, but the lights blink when I turn on the old TS.
-- Ni faru ion el ligno!