For the past couple of years, I've been storing 12 x 12 paper in the Crop In Style paper trays on my table top. I used to store this paper in 12 x 12 file boxes and an hanging file cart until my collection out grew the space. You'll see that the cart has been re-purposed in a few minutes. The paper is sorted by color with a very few exceptions. When I purchase a new paper collection, I keep that separate for a while. Some of the Stampin' Up collections as well as the Basic Grey and Chatter Box were kept under the table in these drawers. I'm actually going thru and re-sorting those this week into the color section. Another exception is themed paper or multicolor paper. If a paper has too many colors to correctly choose one, I have a tray designated "Multi". I also have a few themed trays. There is one for holidays and another for baby etc.. I don't buy a lot of themed paper anymore so I don't need a lot of space for those. The 8 1/2 x 11 textured card stock is in file drawers that you see next to the table and you'll see the other larger file cabinet next to the Big Shot's station. It holds regular solid color card stock, specialty papers like vellum and glossy .
As we transition from paper to stamps, let me show you something that used to hold paper and now is the home for my clear stamps and large punches. You can see in the smaller picture below was in a former life. There in the closet floor? Yup, it is a hanging file folder cart.
And while I'm talking about shelving, notice the white 'bridge' I have above the paper table.
The two small shelving units were purchased in Target on clearance. The White shelving material was purchased that way at Lowes too. I went in there with the intention of buying and unfinished board to paint white. I was so excited when I found this. I'm pretty sure it was even less expensive than the pine boards. I love a good hardware/home improvement store.
This is my tulips drawer... well one of them anyway.
As for the other supplies, I keep them close to where I use them or easy to get to.
That's all I have for you unless you have any specific questions. If you do, go ahead and leave a comment or send me an email.