Now that the shed-shop is finally renovated, I have been able to focus my attention on some smaller, much needed workshop organization projects! But, with lumber being so expensive, I wanted to create some storage options using what I had on hand. So, I created three DIY workshop organization projects in one weekend using scraps!
After 3 YEARS of working, building, and basically living in this shed workshop, it was FINALLY time to give it a solid makeover and I am SO EXCITED to be able to share the reveal with you today! These past three years in this 12 x 12 space have been so incredible. I have grown so much in this space (and, let’s be real so has my tool collection), and I have been bursting at the seems. So, naturally it was time to give this space some love and a solid refresh. I gave this shed workshop the makeover I have been wanting to for years… and I am stoked to finally spill the beans on this renovation with all of you! Let’s get started!
Now that the floors and walls in my workshop are complete, I can finally start working on getting my tools organized! I have been wanting a dedicated space for my miter saw for the longest time, so I decided to create a mobile miter saw stand with storage for my set up! This was a fun build that can be fully customized to fit any storage needs. Want the details? Let’s do it!
My shed-shop makeover feels like it’s taking an eternity to get through, but I’m finally making some more progress! Last time I shared an update it was for my brand new concrete accent well. Today, I’m tackling the flooring! I installed some waterproof vinyl plank flooring in my shop! This was my first time installing vinyl planks and I am seriously so floored (#punintended) with how it turned out!