So, I will share some photos I took several years ago when we first made my scrap room. It looks pretty much the same, only I've accumulated more stuff. I've updated my paper carts and I've added a Clip-It-Up and a little cabinet that holds my Thickers. (Yes, I have that many Thickers that I needed a cabinet just for them!)
I store my cardstock scraps in file folders, by color, in a little rolling thingy that hides under my workspace. It's easy to grab what I need.
I don't have pictures, but I store lots of other stuff in the drawers. I have a couple of drawers to hold punches, one that holds sewing stuff, all my Heidi Swapp chipboard letters (I have a ton of that), some hold tools, a drawer for adhesives, another for embossing powers, mists, flocking powder, glitter, etc., another for stamping supplies, like ink and acrylic blocks.
I bought spice racks to hold my paint. Yeah, I know, it looks like I don't use my paint, but I really do. They were pretty much brand-new when I got that rack. Don't you love the way ROYGBIV looks like a rainbow--and such a great way to organize everything. Makes it so easy to find just what you need!
Okay, I caved and took a couple of updated pictures. Here's one of the drawers with my Thickers. I have three drawers full, stored ROGBIV.
The rest of my letter stickers are in a basket that I got at Home Goods. It's big enough to hold legal sized file folders, and I have my letters sorted by color. I cut my BasicGrey letter sheets in half so I could sort them in the proper color folders. I used to have them stored with the collections, but I'd always forget to use them.
Okay, I lied. Here's one more picture--the way my scrap room really looks on a regular basis. This was taken a few years ago when Two Peas was having their CHA in Spirit Day and one of the challenges was to take a picture of your messy scrap room. I can't believe I'm showing this in public, LOL. Me in my muu-muu, no makeup, in all my glorious mess.