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Big, small, full of tools, or just starting... post photos of your shop!  I'm sure there's quite a wide range of them out there.. I used to work in my attic, and now I'm in the garage.  Maybe the photos will give the rest of us ideas for tools, layout, lighting, etc. in our own shops!

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Here is my modest shop; ie. space in the garage and a photo of my most recent creation, midstream:)...I love my work space though; it is the one place I can go to be as creative as I choose.  I have all of the necessary tools for building just about anything you can think of.  I do all the home improvewment tasks in my home and am currently teaching my husband how to use the tools I have so he can share in the enjoyment of making something fabulous.  So far, he makes a mean birdhouse:)  I am a Craftsman club member faithfully; though, I am not biased on one brand in particular...I will buy the tool thats quality is worth the investment and is at the best price.  I am known on a first name basis at Lowe's and Sears which I find both amusing and somewhat troubling because it just goes to show how often I am at these places!!! 
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Your alls back and forth about the cleanliness of your shop cracks me up...At my house, the opposite occurs, my shop is never, ever free of about 3 inches of sawdust and debris on the floors and surrounding surfaces and it makes my clean freak husband absolutely crazy!!!  I try to keep it clean but, what is a girl to do when she is having so much fun!!!

Antoine boyd said:
I do not like your shop. It looks to neat and clean. I think my wife has been there. Ha, Ha, Mine is cluttered, messy. As long as I don't trip on anything, I feel good about it. Just kidding. Your shop looks swell. I think you ought to remove the turkey tails, as they will get full of dust and mites and it will destroy your trophies.

Hugh Clare said:
OK, here's my entry. The shop is starting to take shape. I spend a lot of time out here.

hi bob, i have some pics on my page, shop is not complete will post more pics as i go. my shop is 24x40 with a 8x40 patio out front. man door, 9x7 garage door, 10' ceilings, 200 amp electrical service, heat to come, cable, r19 walls and r45 ceiling. osb interior so i can screw anything anywhere. still working on finishing shop started  in May 2010, doing work myself. metal roof and siding. six 4'x6' windows one 2'x3' window, 40' of 24" deep bench and 4'x8' outfeed table. started out with a 9'x15' basement shop, then got a 24'x24' garage with the new house and got to build the 24'x40' shop. i dreamed of this shop for the last 12 years, had no room to build it. thank my wonder wife who let me build it, i am turly lucky and blessed! many many pics to come and no i dont drink my beer when working with power tools, only when planning and thinking dont want to loose a finger.


steve kidd said:
hi bob, i have some pics on my page, shop is not complete will post more pics as i go. my shop is 24x40 with a 8x40 patio out front. man door, 9x7 garage door, 10' ceilings, 200 amp electrical service, heat to come, cable, r19 walls and r45 ceiling. osb interior so i can screw anything anywhere. still working on finishing shop started  in May 2010, doing work myself. metal roof and siding. six 4'x6' windows one 2'x3' window, 40' of 24" deep bench and 4'x8' outfeed table. started out with a 9'x15' basement shop, then got a 24'x24' garage with the new house and got to build the 24'x40' shop. i dreamed of this shop for the last 12 years, had no room to build it. thank my wonder wife who let me build it, i am turly lucky and blessed! many many pics to come and no i dont drink my beer when working with power tools, only when planning and thinking dont want to loose a finger.
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Hey Bob,

 

This is Nlrwilson I've posted several pics of my shop 

These are a little out dated.  I'll get some more in days to come.

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