First of all I have to say that in the past I have used just about everywhere in our house as my scrapbooking workspace, usually ending up somewhere on the floor. But my parents were recently downsizing and I quickly laid claim to a yellow farm table they had - it had originally been owned by my grandparents. It is old and beat-up, in fact my parents kept it in the laundry room and stored dog food in the lower bin drawers. But lucky for me, it makes the perfect scrapbooking table.
It even has a pull out tray for extra workspace. And the drawers are great for holding extra tools and supplies. I need to take a picture inside the drawers because they are lined with a great 1970's wallpaper.
I bought these boxes from Amazon and they make nice holders for future projects.
More boxes (from Cath Kidston) on the other side of the desk hold smaller bits and pieces.
A place for baker's twine, ink and washi tape. I also have supplies in a Raskog cart off to the side.
I have these hooks hanging up above the desk. I would like to eventually add a small shelf as well.
And because I am scrapbooking my progress - I made a 3x4" card to add to my album. I've been taking Marcy Penner's Workspace class at Studo Calico so I'm hoping to get some better ideas for storage, but that's my progress so far. It beats working on the floor!