Life has been good to me and I have been able to move my crowded (dare I say smushed?) fabrics out of baskets in a dark closet on to organizer boards on custom-built shelves. Fabrics were also able to leap to freedom out of suffocating drawers and happily wrap around the boards and join their friends on the shelves. It took a lot of time to wrap those odds and ends of fabric acquired over the years and of course I found fabrics that I had forgotten all about. I need a ladder to get to the black & whites and neutrals on the uppermost shelf and the grandkids can have fun messing with the novelties on the lower shelves.
Books and batting are now stored on the dark closet shelves where the fabrics used to lurk. Other supplies are in the drawers ... my few plaid fabrics, denims, coloring & graph paper supplies, extra glues, etc.
The ironing table is obviously a useful thing built by my husband (a.k.a. my quilter's hero). It is made of pegboard and covered with one layer of Warm & Natural and cotton duck so it is lightweight in spite of its size. I store it leaning against a wall when I don't need to press yardage.