It’s a big shop, but it’s a mess. Getting the tools off the floor is key.
I’ve finally figured out how to organize a socket set. The metric board on the right is sorted by size - 19mm is the left most column, and side decreases , left to right. Horizontals are sorted by drive size (1/2″, 3/8″, 1/4″), number of points (6/12), and depth. They’re fastened with magnets… of course. And, like the rest of the shop, on a 30 degree french cleat. Turns out that it’s not a bad way to make a shelf, either.
There’s also another sort of generic “heavy tool and screwdriver holder” panel. I’ve upped the magnet size for the larger tools - screwdrivers are hanging from 1/4″x1/2″ (round x length) and the larger tools are on 3/8″x1/2″. The plumber’s wrench is secure.
This probably only matters to you if you’re a Felder owner. Took a while to figure out how to hang it, but it works dandy. Everyone else, move along.
Stained glass workstation! The table was a quick & dirty, but it turned out better than I had a right to expect. Legs are as simple as can be, 3″x3″ mortice and tenon. The shelf above is made of deck bits, also mortice and tenon. Tools are hanging underneath by - you guessed it - more magnets. The table will end up being built in, and I’ll build it around the edge of the wall. More horizontal space for large projects.