Looks amazing! I love how you took something that I would have made, then showed me how adding a few curves can make it look so much better! I shall remember to be less boxy next time I work on something that allows.
Nice! Great alternative to a full sit stand desk and I like the walnut/maple mix.
Nice work! Do you have any pictures of the LED and what it looks like before inserting it into the wood/Plexiglas? I am having troubling understanding what you put in there!
Looks great! The extra time and effort it took to do the legs really paid off in my opinion :-)
Thanks! I imagine things might move around a bit as I use the space, but hopefully this will get me close so I can plan where to run wires and whatnot. That is a good comment about a bathroom and slop sink. I am working on wrapping up a pump house/bathroom build which will have a shower, sink, and deep toilet, and is a few hundred feet away. The nice thing is it wont be in the house, but I know I will be bummed walking to it when I need it. The problem would be tying into my septic would be quite the hassle if I wanted to put one in the shop. There is however water at the barn, so maybe I should think about putting in a sink that drains into a dry well so I can wash hands and rinse things off, I hadn't thought of that.
That looks like a GREAT setup! Ultimately, I think your set up will ultimately be dictated by what works for you and your workflow. I'm not sure what your set up is like, and how much trouble it would be, but any thoughts to building a small bathroom-perhaps on the other side of the doorway that the finishing room is? Maybe put in a slop sink depending on room? My biggest hassles in my current shop are having to go into the house to use the restroom, and having to go outside to deal with finishes, messes, etc. Again, that is only MY inconveniences, and your mileage may vary. That looks like a GREAT setup!