Since moving three months ago, I have settled nicely into the new shop that is a one-car garage.
Here are some panoramic pictures to give you a feel for the space. Click to view full-size.
All the machines are more or less permanently positioned, and the overhead door is not used (it was last opened to move in the machinery).
Most of my work is done in the triangle between my sliding table saw, drill press, and workbench. That area is the most well-lit, with light provided by two fluorescent light fixtures which, combined, have five of eight bulbs installed. If I need an assembly table, I set up a pair of saw horses and a table top as seen here.
The dust collector usually lives in the corner behind the table saw, and a flexible hose is run between the table saw, bandsaw, jointer and planer as required. A switch to the left of the bandsaw turns on the dust collector.
My routers, along with their bits and accessories, are stored in a rolling cabinet next to my drill press, and frequently used drill bits reside on top.
Most other tools are stored in the drawers under my split top workbench (the other bench slab is standing up on end in the north-east corner).
Rarely used equipment, such as my bench grinder, is kept on a rolling cart under the table saw. This area can accommodate 8′ long material, and may become a wood storage location in the future.
Currently, I have the area behind the doors at the north end of the shop dedicated for wood storage, as well as the adjacent north-east corner, which accommodates long narrow material. The three doors open into a single space.
And, yes, I reclaimed my shop stool.