Tour Of My 3 Bedroom Shop – End of 2013


I hope everyone had as productive of a 2013 as I did. I’ve learned a lot about not only woodworking but also myself. I’ve learned that I like sharing and teaching my passion for woodworking and designing as much as I do actually making sawdust. Being able to be the source of someone’s inspiration is an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all of your support over the past year and I look forward to what 2014 brings us all.

Here’s a video tour of my shop. If you would like to see a picture filled article tour you can see it featured on ibuildit.ca. Just click the ibuildit.ca image below.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Great video Jay. I had the same aversion for standard cabinets. But I am in such a cramped space, I have few options so I built cabinets that have layered doors. I built 2 cabinets that work really well (for me). And I think it resolves some of the stacking issues. I actually made a video of them but I can send you a few pictures. Might give you some ideas.

  2. Good job on the video. I’ve really been enjoying your vids, keep up the good work. One question, did you get rid of the IBuild.ca chop saw station? If so why? I’m just curious.

    • Thanks. Yeah I got rid of it. I was offered way more money than I had invested in it and used the profit to buy my dust collector. Still a great setup and I highly recommend everyone to check out John’s design. It worked great when I was using it.

  3. GREAT inspirational video. What a blessing to use an empty apartment. Hope your nosy neighbors don’t mind the noise… Keep up the wonderful content :-)

  4. Great shop, Jay! I wish I had as big a space as you do. One question, though. Where do you run the cords/dust collection for your table saw/router table, since it’s portable? Do you just drape it across the floor?

  5. Do you have a store front somewhere where we can by your stuff? Or a “store” online at all. I want one of those breadboxes you made,

    • Hello Dayna. I don’t make anything to sell. I just show others how to make it. One of my fellow woodworking friends can make one for you though if you are interested. Just let me know.

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