Katrina woodworking shop
My new woodworking shop is an addition we made after Hurricane Katrina to an existing multi function shop I had for 20 years. The new shop is 900 sqft of heated/cooled space with 10′ ceilings and gives a nice airy feeling with plenty of natural lighting. Most of my woodworking interests are in furniture and pro style finishing and outdoor furniture.
A view of the new and old shop
Miter saw station and power tool storage
Tool grinding/sharpening area, the slice of oak trunk on the wall was cut from a tree that actually were two trees with each their own pith's and in the middle there is a bark covered hole.
Lathe area. A fully restored 20" VS Wilton drill press (880lbs) and a 24" Meber band saw.
Here's a shot from the south wall, wood storage, roll around assembly table w/bins