There are a hundred ways to skin a cat
This program written here is an example of a routine you can do with a basic garage gym setup. In one of our latest blog posts, we go over all of the equipment for the basics. Click here to read it, and get a sense of what you would need, and how much it would cost.
It's worth noting that, the split you see below, and the lifts I do that day are more of a guide. I start with that, and just make up a superset workout with that I can. Afterall, it's a small space. So, I pick 3-5 'stations' and ultimately do as many reps as I can at each station, and as many rounds as I can until I gas out. I also track each workout.
Since we always start with a powerlift, we rotate with the following round and reps each time we circle back to a lift. For example, if I deadlift one week, I'll do 4 rounds of 7 reps. Then, the next time I do deadlifts, I'll do 5 rounds, for 5 reps. Then continue to circle through the following list, and start over.