Not final but certainly way different from initial ideas.. yup yup, all those walls of pegboards filled with tools makes no sense. Why create the look of a bikeshop just because everyone else is doing it. Besides I started out with an almost impossible list. A full bike room in the middle of a 1200 sqf apartment without disturbing the minimalist "Zen" aesthetics of the rest of the place.
Overall I like it better now. Easy maintenance. Most things are out of sight but still within easy reach. Additional pieces of most often used tools nicely tucked in the 2 hand made wooden boxes from Thailand. Just need to clear out the "workbench" for a cleaner look once I get my lazy ass off the chair after typing this.
Update: Its been 9 months now... added another bike to the stable, a big FAT one, bled all the brakes and generally have been using the place quite a bit... Pros and Cons?
Ok my initial hunch is confirmed.. a display wall of tools in my setup ain't gonna do much good other than to tell people "its a bike work room"
The bad? My "minimalist" theme in the apartment extended to the bike room didn't work so well as things start to accumulate.
Hidden Frames Crouching Forks" compartment behind the front of this workstation... :)
And the lesser used bike stuff? Now I doubt any guests in the house would have guessed what they were actually sitting on...