I am fortunate I have two studios. One was just featured in Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine Fall issue. It's my ‘out of home’ studio located in an old mill. See other studios here AND here
I also work at my in home studio. They function differently. I use my converted master bedroom studio for office work, shipping, mounting work, quilting and computer storage and printing. The room has ¾ walls or knee walls, which presents a challenge.
I don’t have design wall as a result but use 3x4' sheets of foam installation that I have cut and foam boards of the same size. These rest in a pile against the wall and I just pull out the current work. The foam boards provide a unique transport system for traveling to my other studio during composition times.
A large table made from 2 large gorilla shelves, 36” high, are topped with a plywood tabletop, dominates the center of the room. I cover this with acrylic felt cotton duck and occasionally plastic. It’s a great base for most printing, surface design and ironing. When I need to have a cutting table I simply flip a large cutting mat on top!
I store fabric and supplies underneath, very handy. On one side, I tuck my ironing board, ready to use and the other side has a large freestanding kitchen island found at a local thrift store.
One other item I love about my studio is rocks. I collect large rocks when I go to the nearby beach. They are beautiful and I use them for weights when I need to press books or when I’m mounting work.