I've been wanting to add more storage and move stuff around for quite awhile but the need to build family projects has kept me from doing what I wanted. So I put everything on hold and did some cleaning and reorganizing. My main problem is lack of space. A center chimney and furnace take up so much room that I have to have my shop in 2 parts of the basement. Also, I have forced hot air duct everywhere that sits about 5"11" from the floor so besides walking around hunched over I need to put tools where a 6' person won't bang his head all the time.
I made the foldaway workbench in this months Wood magazine. Just made it a bit shorter so I would have more headroom, Replaced all the 1/8" sagging pegboard, thanks for the peghooks Allen, built rolling storage drawers for under the workbench and TS, added a drawer to the outfeed table I built a month or so ago. I moved the tool storage rack from behind the BS and turned it into a fastener rack, and moved my planer so I could plane down boards up to 12 feet long without moving it.
My workbenches were in the house when I bought it 20 years ago. One day I'll get around to replacing them.
The last chore is to organize my lumber rack. It's a total mess.
I used all scrap plywood on just about everything. Even used some old OSB on the foldaway workbench. Everything i did cost less than $50.
Just some pics of the shop.