boxes and bags. In practice it was just for gloating. I've got rid of loads (honest) and acquired others ( this was before I got into African fabrics and Indigo) so time for the folder itself to be chucked as part of my studio sort out.
very large wardrobe, is now sorted by colour, projects and types into boxes on the plastic B&Q shelving. Not a thing of beauty but actually more functional than the Ikea Ivar shelving I'd originally ordered but which fell apart.
metal trolley ( not having my sewing things to hand in the drawers of desk). The print browser actually hold prints from my classes but also hopefully shows potential house buyers that this room is a studio ( I debated whether to set up an easel but thought that might be a step too far). I bought a second wooden step-stool - as both Gillian and Tiggy have also pointed out, they're indispensible studio equipment.
Progress in the rest of the house - the electrician has just replaced some of the lights and I've installed some blinds. The patterns of light through the venetian blinds in the bedroom on the newly painted walls are just magic - instant shibori.