How about a peek at the fabric stash? Personally, I love seeing people's sewing rooms or areas -- I'm nosy like that. I don't have a whole sewing room for myself - more like a side of a room.
An old chifferobe contains my fabrics. Here on the right side are my clothes making fabrics. The ones in the middle are neatly rolled and easy to see and get to. On the bottom shelf is a bit of mess with knits on the left and odds and ends between and on the right. (I'll straighten it up one of these days! Maybe this week even.) The top shelf has muslin, quilting cottons I use for facings, and scraps. The Blue's Clues sheets sitting there are for muslins - the kids outgrew them and they weren't good enough to send to the thrift store. White paper lines the insides of the chifferobe so the fabric isn't touching wood and is easier to see. The paper taped to the inside of the door is an inventory of what's in there along with the yardage of each piece. A lot of fabric fits in there but if it ever starts to exceed the space I know to get sewing and stop buying!
Behind the smaller door on the left are quilting fabrics. This isn't all of them -- there's a big bin in the hall closet too...and maybe a bag under the bed.
Here's the chifferobe closed. The drawers hold sewing stuff -- threads, accessories, tracing paper, etc. Underneath is a bin stuffed with batiste I inherited from my mother which I use a lot for underlinings and linings. You can see the edge of my sewing table in the mirror. I can easily open the chifferobe door and peruse my fabrics while sitting in my sewing chair. Close the door and my fabric is neatly kept away from light and dust. Works beautifully for me!