Where do you create?
People are always curious to see my craft/work room. Everyone thinks that it must be huge and wonderful, but it is just my basement laundry room. Granted, it is large for a laundry room, 12×15 feet, but besides laundry, I sew and quilt, sketch and paint, scrapbook and make cards as well as create jewelry in that room. (I do my woodworking in my unheated garage only in the warmer summer months.) All the supplies I use for those endeavors are stored in that room so I have easy access to them. Sometimes I think I should separate the supplies into different rooms, but I find there is a LOT of crossover in supplies and equipment. So, everything stays where it is. Besides, I can close the door on the mess, which is great.
I did not always have a dedicated work space. For years, storage was an issue so tools and supplies had to be kept at a minimum. I used the kitchen/dining room table and had to clear it several times a day so we could eat. See-through manageable sized storage containers that would slide under a bed made storage and clearing easier, but still, that was not ideal. After a move, I was able to carve out a very small space for myself on the landing at the top of the stairs but storage was still at a premium. I would have loved to use a rolling cart with shallow pull out drawers I could move to wherever I wanted to work, but under-the-bed storage was still necessary as supplies needed to be put away, out of sight of curious little hands. If I did not have the space I have now, I would still be using under-the-bed storage boxes along with rolling carts. They are a great size, hold a multitude of supplies, are easy to move, and are easy to slip out of eyesight into a closet.