It's just to the left as you walk in my scrap room. I've got my Jetmax cubes from Target/Micheals/Craft Warehouse set up behind me and more stuff stashed in my desk itself.
This is my craft desk. I wanted something like the Pottery Barn project table without the $950.00 price tag. I also wanted something that I knew would fit a lot of my scrappy stuff, size wise. So, I picked up two of the IKEA Expedit shelves in the 2x2 configuration to use as my end cases. Then, Andrew and I bought some laminate for the top of my desk and my neighbor, a finish carpenter, made the top for us! (Don't you just love good neighbors?)
The top was built like a tray so it just sets on the Expedits. It's heavy enough that I decided against nailing it down. This makes it easier to move, especially if I decide I want to reconfigure my craft room in the future. My desk top measures 69 1/2" x 33 3/4" giving me a ton of desk top space. It's also deep enough that someone can sit on the other side of my desk and share space. :)
Right now the Expedits hold my albums, some white Walmart boxes that hold specific manufacturer supplies or specific types of supplies. For example, Cosmo Cricket, Fancy Pants, Pink Paislee, clear acrylic albums, that sort of thing. I also store all my 8 1/2" x 11" cardstock in one of the openings, my Slice in another and in the last two, I have my acrylic stamps stored in binders and my basic stamping supplies.
On top of my desk, I have two spinners. The Jetmax one I got on sale at Target and the Making Memories one that was on huge sale at 2Peas. I also have my Ott light and a pen holder that I snagged from my mom. :)
The top row of cubes with glass doors holds my patterned paper and cardstock. The cube next to my cardstock holds extra adhesives in the bottom and naked chipboard on the top. Sitting on a cube next to that is my Ikea thingy that has markers and some ink pads. The two aqua Martha Stewart boxes hold Halloween themed product and zoo themed product. The two Making Memories desktop organizers hold stuff for projects. For example, the one on the left has all the product I use in my daughter's 1st year album. It makes it very easy to get my supplies when I want to work on her book. I got those at 2Peas as well.
Well, that's my scrap room! The next scrap room post will have my future plans for this space.