Can one ever have enough storage space in one's art room? I say "NO!" In my reorganization these past few weeks, I have switched, refitted and repurposed all of my organizational bits from this part of the house to that part of the house. I really don't think it is my fault. I blame it all on John who has been organizing his workroom down in the Man Room area. When we finished the basement this past winter, John acquired a full-fledged manly play space complete with Pool Table, etc. plus a bathroom plus a storage room plus a large workroom. He has been slowly working on making it work for him. One wall is his art space. One wall is for his fishing things and one wall is for his golf stuff. One more wall is for his overflow fishing gear. He used all the cabinets we removed from the kitchen and bathroom during the remodel of the upstairs. As he organizes, he asks me if I have this or that type of storage that might work for his lures. So we look at my stuff and look at my needs and his needs and then trade if it might work better elsewhere. That is how the wonderful, antique drawers above got moved to my art room. We bought it last year for my art room, but somehow someone detoured it. Well, now it is where it is happiest...up in my art room. It has long drawers that will house all manner of bits and bobs that seem to find their way to my studio as if I own a giant, humongous (how do you spell that?) magnet.