This 16 X 24 shop is the largest permissible footprint I could put in my back yard in the New Orleans area. I have addressed the challenge of space by putting casters on all of my machines and lining them up along one wall, to be pulled out when needed. The tablesaw, however, usually stays in its place in the middle end of the shop. It is positioned at the end where the double doors can be swung open to accommodate long board outfeeds. Since I don’t have space for a workbench away from the wall, I have put a vise on a base cabinet I made with a heavy top to use as a work bench/storage cabinet. I use a folding setup table which is folded and stored on brackets on the ceiling when not needed. My saw horses fold to be stored out of the way. There is a shelf running around the top of the walls above the doors and windows so I can keep valuable floor space free. I made my tool tote 30″ long, with ends in the shape of a seat so it can do double duty as my bench stool.