There are some beautiful, work areas here and I have gotten some ideas to improve upon what I have already. Thanks to all for sharing and to Ten Wolves for starting this thread.
Mine is not as nice as Tango's dream room but it is my "Dawg House" and nice to be able to spend time in it during these snowy days.
It is not my first loading room or bench, but I suspect at this time in life it is my last. So I am enjoying every minute I spend in it or with it to make it what I want, finally.
Started as an apartment in our barn where we stayed for the first 12 years deciding to build a house. I was going to buy a 30' conex box to make my loading room when the wife suggested I use this room as we no longer use it since finishing the house. Bless her, she let me use the whole thing. I did have to store the cycle for safe keeping.
and build the shelves for brass, powder and other components.
Tool heads with dies, scales etc not up yet and still organizing will post when finished.
I just finished the center bench and attached the loaders and loaded 150 rounds of 12 ga. New Years eve. Not even the tiniest vibration when pulling the handle.
4, MEC, 9000 shot-shell loaders for 12, 20, 28 and 410 and the hulls all fit under the bench in tupper wear. A dillon 650 for all metalic loads for rifle and pistol and a Sinclare single for super accurate prairie dog loads. Lyman DPS111 for accurate powder measure and beam scale for checking any or all loads.
RCBS kit for case trimming and primer pocket work.
One other nice advantage is that my shooting benches are about 3o yards outside this room and I can shoot out to a mile or more against my own mountain, no neighbors to holler.