The other day on Jim's The Gentleman Crafter blog, he was talking about storage and specifically the great wooden boxes that Ikea used to have. Jim just posted some pictures on here of the incredibly decorated box he made and I commented that mine were pretty plane in comparison. They may not look as nice as Jim's, but they are functional. Here a few of the storage options I use.
This is a similar Ikea box to the one Jim decorated. Mine came with different sized drawers though.
The cool thing about these drawer units was that you could turn the drawers around and add your own hardware/pulls. These pulls were also sold at Ikea.
These are another style of drawers that I got at Ikea. They hold my tapes, ribbons, beads and markers. Like the unit above I painted, distressed and waxed, and added Ikea pulls.
My basket weaving supplies are stored on shelves (that my father custom built) in clear plastic bins, so I can see what is inside. They are sorted by sizes. My stamps are stored on a low shelf in chipboard boxes from Ikea. My basket molds are stored on old wooden shelves. If the rest of my room wasn't still a complete wreck from Christmas I would show you those. You can see some pictures of my room, sans my newish 5'x6' work table that fills the middle of the room, on my website.