|Forum topic by Gregn||posted 12-03-2010 02:49 PM||1141 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
12-03-2010 02:49 PM
Hello fellow Lumber Jocks,
Each Shop has its own challenges, such as the garage shops that share space with the family car. I’ve seen some really creative ways of organizing space and storage in these shops. Basement shops weren’t without their fair share of shared space as well.
The next type of shops were the stand alone shops from Shed Type Shops to Extreme Large Shops. The extremely large shops are the envy of all woodworkers. They seem to overcome many of the problems many of the smaller shops deal with, but its not to say that these shops don’t have their share of problems to deal with as well.
Then there is what I like to call the Miscellaneous Shopsthese are work spaces either shared by several people or minimum covered workspace shops. I seen some that were no more than a roof without walls, to a yurt to converted carports and one even made with plastic sheeting for walls.
I especially enjoyed the ones that had that warm fuzzy feeling of home to them. One of the things I wish more LJ’s would do is to give shop dimensions to help others in relating to the size of their own shops. This would help a lot in gleaning ideas from others.
-- I don't make mistakes, I have great learning lessons, Greg