Here is a picture Zack took of me in my shop. You can see part of my hand plane collection, and the tool cabinets hanging on the wall. I made customized holders that fit on the cabinet doors to allow my most frequently used tools to be readily at hand. They get dusty, but I can grab them quick.
Shopsmith tabletop allows much larger stock to be cut. It extends the cutting area forward and back of the blade for wider boards to be cut safely.
High and low fences used with Shopsmith Table Topper. Also note the two straddle jigs on the high fence. One for tenons, the other a straddle push stick.
Cutoff sled on Shopsmith. Rear fence allows stop blocks to be clamped for precise repetitive cuts.
Shop made Router table provides integrated bit storage. Top made from sink countertop cutouts that can be obtained free from cabinet shops.
Planer table extends the support for planing long boards. It fits over the top of a rollaround cabinet.
Drill Press Corner of Shop. You can also see woodworking bookcase on wall and hardware storage in bins.
Woodworking Bench and tool storage cabinets hung above on french cleats.
Drawers under working bench with hand tools.
SawStop Corner with dust collector and clamp storage.
Shopsmith with jointer mounted. Planer cart and plywood lumber stored on cart against garage door.
Lumber storage racks and miter saw station.
Router Table, Scroll Saw and Spindle/belt sander. Steam box on floor under the scroll saw.