This is for the group of us with regular garages or small detached workshops trying to make the best of the space we have. Maybe we can all benefit from each other's ideas? I thought I would start by sharing my garage, it's 23' X 22' X 8'...Fairly standard for 1980. We can park my wife's new crossover (the reason behind my garage revamp) and the CJ5 in there with all my "stuff". Staying organized and giving everything a place is key. I can be on the phone at work and walk my family to any tool they need in any drawer or cabinet. Notice the power tools in the lower cabinets. Jeep stuff is stored on the far right. I'm not crazy about where I have to store my bandsaw, but at least it has wheels. This is the Jeep's new space, its always been in the other bay, left of the center workbench. The center bench was 4' X 8' until I split it in half. Bins for holiday decorations, home school papers, winter clothes...etc. Metal and wood storage. A 17' extension ladder stored on the ceiling. Plus now this is where my wife can park year round (not just during the winter months). The wall of chemicals & paint. My garage is under the bedrooms so the paint is somewhat climate controlled. Here's the other half the bench. Now my Jeep doesn't have to be crammed between the big bench and wall for winter storage. It would just fit with no room to spare and I had to push it into the garage by hand. Mostly cheaper tools readily available. The good stuff is in kept in the Homak tool chest. Repair manuals are kept up by the old Radio Shack "Realistic" stereo. I put a small shelf over the window...Use all the space you can! I mounted an old closet rod holder on the side of the center workbench...Why? What better place to store your Jeeps tow bar. It actually clicks as if it was mounted to a 2" ball. I built this cabinet around the house's antique central vac system. An older desktop computer was moved to the garage for easy access to the net. Perfect place for my little air compressor. I store my welding hood in there too. Less dust and I use the higher amp plug for welding. One of the computer cabinet drawers is home to my extra wiring supplies. This cabinet was already here so it houses some of my power tools. An old dresser (painted gray over the pink my wife had as a kid) contains home electrical supplies, plumbing, sand paper, misc hardware, caulking & putty. Each category has it's own drawer. ATV jack and furniture dolly tucked away. A couple of drawer shots. A magnetic tool mat keeps my wrenches in order. I like my bungee cord idea. I was tired of untangling them whenever I wanted to use some. Plus I can easily find the right size for the job.