I seem to remember a similar post a while back, but I think it was more of an inquiry from a member getting into hand-loading. My loading station is in my crawl-space, and I've had a LOT of un-believing responses to that. So here at long-last is photographic evidence of where I have loaded many, many rounds.
I started the project by cutting the table in the pics in half length-wise in order to get it through the small opening and into the crawl space. I then cut up some 6' sections of steel 1/16" thick, and 1" wide stock with 1/4" holes already drilled about every 1". I used these on both sides of the table where the cut was made in three places: middle, left side and right side. I then used bolts with nylon lock-washers to hold the whole assembly together. So far it has performed beyond my expectations. I even feel it is more stable than it was before I cut it.
I chose to reload in my crawl-space for two reasons: lack of space, and to keep the dangerous stuff away from my kids. I have since added rudimentary shelves, screwed onto the bottom of the floor beams to hold the powder and bullets. The pics will show these.
I have spent many, MANY hours in there loading ammo, and it's my own private get-away. I'd love to see pics of your set-ups, to get more ideas and share the hobby.