I don't really have one... I have a 6 stall barn and I took one stall and am using it as a feed/medical supply room... I have halters hung on a corner and then I have saddle racks at each stall.... but my tack is in my trailer, except my show saddle... it's in the house.... I have no tack room! WAILLLL!!!!!
I'll get some photos of our tack shed. It was suppose to be a temporary spot. We used to keep everything in our front barn (outside the fenced in dog patrolled area) There was a bunch of barn break in so we bought a little rubbermaid shed for everything. I want to finish off one end of our lean-to shed for a tack room. I love iridehorses area. I want ours just like that.
I agree Vida, Iridehorses, tack room is just GREAT!!! I'll have to get a photo of where I keep my bridles and halters, I'm pretty proud of myself for finding a little spot to call my tack room.. Hehehe. I used Tuna cans for holders and an old board I found in the shed. It works like a charm, but I still needed a bit more room.
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^^Welcome to my laundry/tack/ everything else room. To your left you can see the little nitch where I have my tack...then the left corner of the room is a sink which is currently holding my chick incubator the right is the washer/dryer and then 2 closets with bifold doors finish the tour. Tack Room 005.jpg
^^ This is my creation. 5 tuna cans and 4 nails to hold all my stuff.
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In this shot you can see where I hang my grooming supply bag and the shelf where I keep the horsey first aid kit (which isn't up there but belongs between the beta-dine and the box that has my scalding pot.) Tack Room 007.jpg
This is just a shot of the bottom of the bridles & I guess the dog bowl that needs filled and the catbox that *thankfully* the cat hates using. (I'm glad she's an out door business type of cat)
That's my Tack room paired with the saddles in the living room.
This is my tack shed, the lean-to I want to finish is right next to it, see? this is the inside, its a mess. We just keep everything we need on the carts and wheel them out to the hitching rail. I want to enclose the closest gated end of this for a tack barn. I think it would be cool, and its back by the house. This is where it used to be. Now I just keep halters and lead ropes, my 4 wheeler, feed and of course my chickens in it. I really liked having it our here but didn't want to take the risk of having stuff stolen. It very close to the road and far from the house. See the girls would be right outside
The tuna can idea is great. I used an old post that was out in the field, cut it into several pieces and used long wood screws to anchor from the back of a piece of 1x4 pine that I had. The old paint on the post gave it a nice rustic look.