Harlie inspects the completed armoire.
Marlowe inspects the top shelf assembly.
After the strenuous task of moving it into my studio (that thing is heavy), I rearranged and organized and weeded out and now my studio space works much better. I still have some organizing to do (does it ever stop?!), but it's very usable and I'm very happy with it. I now have a dedicated office space for administrative tasks (which I love being able to shut the door on!), a table with a chair for collaging, journaling, watercolors, reading, etc, and I have much more space around my easel, and a bookshelf that keeps my art books and painting supplies at hand. Canvas storage is still not ideal, but it doesn't get in the way as much as it did before.
I'm still trying to decide what to do with my drafting/drawing table. I bought it years ago while I was in college, and it's served me well, but I don't really use it anymore except as a surface that collects stuff, and to hold my paint pallet. I would probably be better served by a taboret, or at least a smaller table, which would take up much less space and not entice me to pile crap on it. I'm also still working on developing a system for storing and organizing my collage papers. Still just mixed up piles at the moment, though some of the piles have found homes in boxes and drawers.