I have a big cutting table, where the left side does not stay uncluttered very long and a small table where I have my sewing machine (Husqvarna Viking Platinum 735). The shelf are perfect for storing my cotton fabric, (I should specify prewashed, since as soon as I buy the fabric I prewash it so I don't have to ask myself if they are prewashed, I just know) and the feature I love the most is the pegboard that we put on the side of the shelf. I never lose my scissor or my rotary blade with it. The hooks are not peg board hooks but curtain hooks I had at home, I just bend them a bit more with pliers and I have a hook. The cans, most of them generously donated (I don't eat enough canned food to have a lot laying around), so I was saying the cans help me keep my notions in order. The big tomato cans (those I ate) are used to sort some of my threads.
Since I am organised, I keep all my scraps in a ziplock and they are of course organized by color. I also have a couple of bags of unused fabric strips that are oganized by width. I had not though of all these things to do by myself -like sorting the fabric strips, but I had read in several blogs people doing that, and to tell you the truth it's very practical.
I will tell you, maybe next week what kind of cotton fabric I have in my stash (since I can't talk about my projects just now, but you will only have to wait until Christmas, and then you will see), well I will probably not really talk about it, but show you pictures instead, it will rest some of you and others will be happy not to have any text to read at all and they won't need to fell as guilty for only looking at the pictures. :p
I have other ideas on things I would like to add to be able to put more stuff in my sewing room like this
and this for quilting with my sewing machine