This is my indoor painting station. I have taken over one end of a room (in this case our office) and set up a drafting table and small cabinet. I have to admit that the area rarely looks this neat and uncluttered! The table top holds items that I use all the time and a TV which I listen to, but rarely bother to watch.
On top of the table, I keep tubs of brushes, and bottles of specialty paints (such as patina paints, oxidizers, rusting agents, etc.) I also have a spinner type storage rack for small tools and other odds and ends. There is a tub of commonly used colors of acrylic paints on the right side. I turn the paint bottles upside down in the tub so that the color of each bottle is immediately visible. This also reminds me to shake the bottle and keep the paint mixed before I use them. I also have a large light attached to the table. The light is attached to a flex arm so I can move it and angle it for more light.
On the floor below is a box with oil paints. I generally use them as a stain in lieu of leather dyes as they are much more color fast than dyes. I also have a plastic box with a woodburner for small touch ups when it is too dark to go work outside.
The cabinet to the left holds miscellaneous supplies inside and items I want to access quickly on top. These include a container with pencils and markers, a trash can and an assortment of extra supplies. Extra paints are stored in a plastic box where they are accessible but out of the way.