The table saw is the centerpiece, occupying about of the space. It has sufficient clearance for a full sheet of plywood in every direction from the blade.
A storage rack in the left corner holds dimensional lumber and sheet goods and lumber.

Dust collection was built in from the planning stages. I used 4 ABS to connect one side to the other under the slab with a Tee in the middle for the table saw and jointer. Floor sweeps make sweeping up a breeze.

This corner has a small rack for storing work in progress between operations. Also roller stands and a clamp rack.

The back wall has some temporary tables for assembly and storage until something more permanent gets built.

My central assembly table has three bays (on each side) and drawers for storing my hand tools and small power tools. There is also a small air compressor for my air powered tools. It is sized and located to double as an out-feed table when ripping long stock.

This wall houses my dust collection, a small band saw and a sanding station.

Drill press, custom made router table and large band saw.

This roll around clamp cart keeps me organized

My table saw accessories are mounted on the end of the storage rack.

And all in year round comfort thanks to this heat pump.