The Workshop

GET A ROOM

|The Workshop|

What is GET A ROOMEach month I will provide my followers with a free Vision Board complete with all the links to recreate the room in their own home. It will all be designed, matched and balanced to create a perfect room every time. This months theme is the perfect workshop space for all your DIY needs. 

 Topower American Antique Industrial DIY Crank Stool Cast Iron Base Bar Stool Design Metal Adjustable Height Bar Chair Wood surface

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So last month I featured a She Shed in celebration of Mother’s Day. It seemed only fitting that, this month for Father’s Day, I would like to explore a super organized utilitarian look of a Workshop. I admit, it would have been very easy to have done a Man Cave, but I felt like it was just too reminiscent of the Rec Room design and  I have already featured a grilling porch in the Patio Inspiration segment, so a nice workshop area only made sense. Honestly this is really great for me, because I have aspirations of creating a dream workshop for my husband soon, even if he doesn’t know it yet, lol. 

 

So here are some of my thoughts on what would make a great workshop area. I think organization is always key to creating a well designed space. In the case of a workshop, the easier it is to find a tool you need, the better your space will function for you. For this reason a tool chest that is well laid out properly will serve you well. I also think keeping a few of those grab and go tools out in plain site is also handy, so I chose a galvanized metal wall organizer too. The rolling cart with bins is the perfect space to store smaller pieces of hardware like: nuts, bolts, screws etc. While the larger heavy duty wall shelves can hold your paints and stains, along with extra storage for large tools like a miter box or drill sets. I also really like the idea of being able to store extra lumber pieces out of site, so up and away it goes on the  Katforce “E” brackets. 

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All of these items are simply a suggestion by JENRON DESIGNS, it is up to the purchaser to make the final decision of whether a product, or paint will work for their room. JENRON DESIGNS  recommends that you take all paint swatches home to view in your homes lighting, prior to making a final decision.  Since we are not able to see your home JENRON DESIGNS is not liable for how a paint color looks on your actual walls and recommends a sample square prior to painting the entire  room. Paint tends to change colors with the lighting of room though out the day so it is recommend that you view the color swatches for at least 24 hours, in all lightening prior to making a full room commitment.

20 Comments

  1. Okay I think this workshop inspo is SO perfect for Fathers day coming up. Now i have some ideas 🙂

  2. Marcel

    This is a fresh idea! I like vision boards – they help me to create clearer images. I’m currently decorating new apartment so I’m looking forward to some more vision boards! 😉

  3. What a cool service to provide! I would love to see some kids room inspiration!

  4. Brilliant idea. Can’t believe you do this for free. You’re talented!

  5. Thank you so much Julie that really does mean the world to me.

  6. That is a great suggestion, I will totally work on some kids inspiration rooms soon Maddy 🙂

  7. So many great ideas for father’s day!

  8. Diva? Oh Yeah

    Hi Jen just wanted to stop in to say I love everything that your design and this workshop is no exception, love it!

  9. OMG! such a great service you provide that too free of cost! amazing. 🙂

  10. I love decorating rooms but sometimes it takes me forever to decide on what to actually use to decorate each room. Its so nice of you to pick out specific things that will make others’ lives so much easier!

  11. Oh gosh my husband needs all of this! He has been talking about updating his workshop and he has so many tools and not enough places to put them!

  12. What an awesome idea to create a special place! I’m always looking for new decorating tips and ideas to shake things up. What an awesome workshop!

  13. Rae Ann

    Regards for all your efforts that you have put in to this boards. It is full of very interesting information and ideas.

  14. Farmhouse Fixer Upper

    WE so need to add a shop area to our home for projects.

  15. 8 Ball Pool Hall

    I am enjoying, I will read more. Thanks!

  16. Edyth Lisk

    Hey nice boards. I also create visuals boards and designs to share the for free on my youtube channel.

  17. Ellen from Ask Away Blog

    Pretty great post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wished to mention that I’ve truly loved browsing your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing in your rss feed and I hope you write once more soon!

  18. Nicole Walker

    Greetings! Very useful advice within this post! It is the little changes that makethe greatest changes. Thanks for sharing!

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