Here's the view as you walk through the door. My sewing/cutting table sits in the center of the room (my husband built it for me).
There's a large pegboard on the left wall, which holds a lot of my tools and supplies. The pegboard was also built by my husband. It's one of my favorite parts of the room!
Most of my stash sits underneath the pegboard, along with lots of bins and milkglass vases that hold additional supplies.
Solids, fat quarters, linen, home decor fabrics, and multicolored prints are stored on the right side. The purple bin on top is my scrap bin. Zippers, bag hardware, spools of thread and binding scraps are stored on top of this side.
I arrange most of my stash by color, and these are placed in separate shelves on the left side. As you can see I'm running out of room for the black and whites!
My Anna Maria Horner stash has its own separate section in the middle, since I'm such a fan of hers and her prints all coordinate so well together. Precuts and some WIPs live in the purple bins here, with thread and bobbins on top. There's a little bench here too, but it's usually filled with quilts or fabric that I haven't put away yet.
Up on the pegboard I keep my embroidery thread and all of the sewing thread that I use the most (love Aurifil!), along with other things.
Rulers, scissors, and rotary cutters are all stored on the left side.
My Washi tape collection lives in the middle. I use this tape for everything so it's easily accessible here, and the rainbow makes me happy!
Along the back wall is a mid-century dresser, which holds all of my paper, paints, and shipping supplies.
The bins on top of the dresser keep all of my current WIPs sorted. I am always working on a lot of projects at once so it's important for me to keep them all in order.
The antique drawers hold all of my sewing needles, pins, small rulers, and other little sewing related bits.
My flannel and voile stashes are also stored along this wall.
I recently added some shelves near the door to display some pretty things!
This antique papercutting is one of my favorites, and was a gift from my mother-in-law.
Most days you can find me sitting at my desk during the day. Since I work from home most of the time, this is considered my office. It's much better than sitting in a cube all day!
The pegboard above holds a lot of notes from friends, business cards, and random bits that inspire me.
Next to my desk is a printing station, with some of my most used camera gear in a tray on top of the printer.
Along the right wall is my design wall and ironing board, and a closet that is much less organized than the rest of the space!
My husband built the design wall too, using old hardwood planks to frame it out.
More fabric lives in the sewing table on this side. I store all of my fabric sorted by collection here. New fabric usually goes here first, and after I used a collection together I will sort it by color and move it to the other side of the room. Vintage sheets and the destash pile also stay over here.
Here's the view from my sewing machine. I sew on the cutting table, which is a little higher than a normal table, and isn't as hard on my back since I'm not hunched over. I just pull the chair from my desk over and raise it up as high as it will go while I'm sewing. Since it's directly across from the desk, I can just rotate the chair and wheel it over to move back and forth between the two. It works great!
Here are a few more detail shots of the room.