I know a lot of people have been posting pictures of their quilt studios. My ideas may help those of you who don't have a lot of money to spend. I have been lucky enough to take over my college son's bedroom. Just a little bit of muscle changes my cutting table area back into a bed. I have use the headboard and two saw horses to make my cutting table. A 4ft by 7ft piece of marker board was glued to the same size piece of plywood. This makes a great top to draw on or for working with paint. For Christmas I had a mat-board custom cut to fit over this. My tools are kept on the wall on scrap pieces of peg board. I didn't even have to throw out my son's teddy bear collection or gymnastic medals
My storage system has been plastic stack drawers that I try to get when I can find them on sale. (Usually at Big lots) I use them as the base for my pressing table. The top is again plywood with cotton batting and muslin stretched over it and stapled on the back.
I removed the closet doors and added boards for shelves and more storage bins. An empty dresser and two night stands stacked serve as extra storage.
My design wall was made with white flannel over fiber board.
The last wall of my studio is where my daughter's sewing machine is and of course a few more storage boxes. You can see the corner of my pressing table on the left.