Making A Workshop Work

Part of a workshop’s job description is to do some pretty heavy work.   It has to house all the things that are needed to do a job.  In my client’s case the construction business is the name of the game and there are so many facets to that.  His workshop was not doing the work it needed to make things easy to find and ready to go!  Making A Workshop Work - messy workshop

There were too many things on the floor blocking the shelves….

 

Making A Workshop Work - messy concrete and paint

Or blocking other equipment that needed accessibility.

 

Making A Workshop Work - messy lawn care

The solution was to do some sorting and consolidating on the shelves and some rearranging.  So that they went from this….

Making A Workshop Work - messy shelves

 

To this!   My client was actually the genius that thought of pulling them out from the wall, back to back,  and I wholeheartedly agreed and felt a smidge sheepish that I didn’t think of that myself!!

Making A Workshop Work - organized shelves

 

And once the consolidating happened all the piles on the floor were able to go onto those shelves.

 

Making A Workshop Work - organized concrete bags

Making A Workshop Work - organized lawn care

 

We also made a home for the wood on the wall and I loved how it turned out!  Unfortunately, as is the case a lot of the time with me,  in my excitement to get started I failed to grab a picture of the large shelving unit that the wood was stored in before, but my client will tell you that it wasn’t working out!!!

 

Making A Workshop Work - organized wood on the wall

 

And the finished view, beyond the wood  is the following……

 

Making A Workshop Work - organized workshop

 

OH, I was all about making a workshop work and I think we did!

 

Project by Nicole in Kansas City

Making a Workshop Work - Organized Before and After Workshop

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