I don't know Woodie, looks like a modeler's paradise to me.
TWO work tables and chairs, ample storage and minimal worries about messing up the carpet/floor/walls/ceiling/other.
Sometimes a little mess is needed to help you rediscover little treasures.
As much as I like having more room for my layout and for modeling by moving the work space to a separate room,
I miss having the layout and workbench next to each other.
It seemed like doing modeling would motivate me to play and vice versa. I miss that synergy.
W C Greene wrote:
I'm gonna clean it up...someday.
I've cleaned up my work area at least three times over the years.
Always with the same result.
I get less than 50% the productivity I had pre-cleanup.
First I kept wasting time putting tools away when I was "done with them",
but the bigger issue was figuring where on earth I put the tool or material I had need of.
Then when I finally figured out where I had put it,
I either foolishly put it back there when done,
or wasted even more time figuring out a more "logical" place to keep it.
I have enough trouble finding tools within twelve inches of my nose, to bother with organization.
My new cleanup strategy is the cardboard lids over dog food cases from Chewy.com.
When I need room I scoop everything that is in the way into a lid.
Then when I need something I find the lid it is in and throw it back on my desk.