You definitely need to get rid of some stuff.
I would also look into a multi function work station.
This one is temporary for me till I have time to make something more permanent (in the middle of remodeling a house), but you should get the idea of what I mean.
The table on the left is my temporary multi function table. Its nothing more then a shelving unit I added a top to, but its multi functions are the mitre saw, drill press, bench vise, out-feed for the bandsaw. There is also a shelf below the table for storage.
Eventually I will purpose build a table and most likely build the band saw, mitre saw, drill press, and jointer right into it. Then just roll it all around as a single unit.
An overhead rack or above the roll up door storage may help aswell.
I currently have a lot of use for random off cuts, as well as new materials for all trades.
So I made an overhead rack to get stuff off the floor.
Then I needed to stow all the sheet goods and cut offs.
So I made a lumber cart, which I plan to downsize when necessity allows.
This cart is also in the first picture, at the far right next to the table saw work table.
Which I also find to be an excellent use of space, as its loaded with drawers where I keep nearly all my corded and cordless tools powered hand tools, bits, blades, hardware, table saw jigs, throat plates, vacuum, track saw track, and also stores my 12” planer.
This was shortly after I built it, but it shows the drawers, and the sorts of things you could do.
If you do end up making drawers or cabinets, do yourself a favor and use that stack of lumber you already have as much as possible. The drawers in the table saw table I made largely from cabinets I removed from the house Im remodeling. (There are drawers on the other side of the table also) but those are shorter and wider.
Also, if you make cabinets, personally I find having no doors is easier to keep things organized. And at a glance know where something is.
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