My reloading adventures so far have been in cluttered spaces - to say the least. I've safely reloaded a few times, with the single stage Rock Chucker Press I started out with, but I've just barely gotten my RCBS progressive set up. Part of what I've been doing for the last couple of months is cleaning out an area in the garage that will be the new reloading center. Right now, I store my powder at the opposite end of the house, in compliance with things I've read from the manufacturers and online (example), keeping powders and primers far from each other, and powder bottles separated from each other by barriers, but I don't have a powder cabinet. That will change.
I've looked at many pictures online, and I have some ideas, I just thought I'd see what those of you who drop by regularly are doing. To a degree, it's overwhelming. Way too many choices. I don't have unlimited room, but I'm aiming for a corner in the garage where I can spread out about. Maybe 4'x4' to as much as 6'x6'. Bigger is preferred, of course.
(Note to non-Floridians: it's pretty much universal everywhere I've been in the state that your house comes with a garage, and you leave your cars in the driveway. A Florida garage is more like northerner's basements).