My husband made the long harvest table from reclaimed cedar planks from the stall walls in our barn. They are super thick planks and were logged right behind our house in the 30s or 40s. The table is where we would hide under in an earthquake. Just saying. The table is super awesome for everything. Cutting. Hosting meetings. Having ice tea on a hot summer day and spreading my junk without having to clean it up. It also serves as a great place to have a quilt spread to when quilting.
My main machine is a Janome Horizon 7700. I love it. It sits in the table it came with and I totally recommend having your machine sunk into a table. Makes a huge difference. I also have a Featherweight, Daisy Marie, and my old Kenmore which is about 25 years old. You can see that I have a handle on my ruler. I cut my finger badly a few years ago with my rotary cutter. The handle keeps your fingers away! My iPad is also always with me when sewing. I use it a lot for patterns, music and inspiration. My "go to" tools live neatly in a wooden box which came from Starbucks with a bunch of little bags of coffee at Christmas. It is the perfect box for tools! It keeps me tidy!
My husband is also responsible for all the amazing storage and he made me 2 design walls. A massive one and a smaller one. Nice!
We have not updated the flooring. 1970s chic for sure!
You can see my scrap storage system in the shelving below. Colour coded plastic shoe boxes all stacked up. The drawers have notions, thread, and other sewing stuff. The vintage tins have trims and buttons.
In the back hallway, my husband built more custom cabinetry for my fabric. It is out of the light here and I call it "the store" or the great wall of fabric. It is really fantastic to have the space to have my fabric organized. I am able to see at a glance what is there and what I need to focus on when stash building.
I have a little stepladder to get up high. A bolt of white, my batting storage and a roll of Ikea Britten number fabric is at the end of the hall. My mum wove the rag rug on the floor. She makes wonderful rugs and we have them all over the house.