Home workshops or workspaces are something every gearhead or techie needs to some degree. Sometimes it’s a wish that, due to space restrictions or limited funds, never quite gets off the ground, but the truth is, you don’t need as much money as you might think and, if you get creative, you can fit one into limited space.
These photos are from one guy’s continually changing and evolving series of workshops, different depending on the focus of his work at any given time, some mechanical, some woodworking and some electronic, but always filled with creative solutions for storage and tool availability, places you could easily lose yourself for many hours at a time. Just sitting in a shop like this could get you started, how could you NOT do something?
As I write, we’re in a long stretch of cold weather and what would be nicer than having a shop like any one of these, all warm and filled with just what you needed to build or repair something, … anything, just to be able to sit there and work for a while.
No matter what kind of work you do, if you’re a hands on guy or girl, these have to set you thinking about what you could do with some unused space around your house. Check out the whole set of photos to get the juices flowing.