Jack Olsen had to find a way to make this 440-sq-ft garage work as a metal shop, a wood shop, and an auto shop-all without any room to expand and only $1,000 to cover the upgrades.
From the outside, Mike Walker's workshop looks like a well-appointed lakeside retreat .
Step into Wayne Wiebe’s shop, and you might think you’ve walked into a woodworker’s heaven.
When I began visiting woodworking forums to research and solicit ideas for my dream shop, I quickly found there was no shortage of opinions (some downright fanatical) on how I should spend my money.
T here’s nothing fancy about the fixtures in Wisconsin cabinetmaker John Kutyba’s 1,440-square-foot shop.
Pennsylvania woodworker Todd DiOrio’s shop outgrew both his garage and his basement.
Dale Faulstich of Sequim, Washington, goes through woodworking shops the way some go through cars.
From the outside, you would never guess that such an unassuming beige building could house a workshop as impressive as Rick Spiker’s.