Too much stuff under foot... That is the focus of this section of the re-organization of my shop space. You can see at the right end of the bench there is a stack of lumber and a small air compressor. Not only does this stuff limit mobility around the end of the work bench (which sees a lot of use) it also makes it harder to clean up saw dust in those areas.
After the wood was removed, there was plenty of room to tuck the air compressor out of the way. I also had plenty of space to put a bucket of smaller clamps closer to where they will be frequently used. When it comes time to clean-up, all I have to do is open the overhead door and hit the floor with the leaf blower.
Continuing the "off the floor" theme, there is nothing sitting on the floor in the compact area that provides access to the tables saw, jointer, and the drill press. Despite this area being tight, there is plenty of room to use each tool safely.
Thought items like this roller stand would not take up a lot of floor space, it always seemed to be in the way and needing moved. After installing a couple of small "L" brackets to the wall, the stand can be easily hung out of the way. Now I will not have to move it every time I sweep.
Another often overlooked obstacle in keeping a small work area clutter-free is doing something with all of the power cords that power multiple machines. After stepping on extension cords for far too long, I finally decided to mount the cord overhead. Having the cord overhead frees up floor space, traps less saw dust, removes a tripping hazard, and is always accessible. I should have done this a long time ago.