Two years ago I blogged a photo of my study. I'd been planning to revisit that for a while but I'd been somewhat embarrassed by the state of it, but I've finally decided to bite the bullet.
The supposedly-temporary 4x4 KALLAX has become a permanent feature. I managed to wedge it on the right-hand side far wall, next to the bookcase. They fit snugly together. Since I'd put my turntable on top, I've now dedicated the top row of four spaces to 12" records. (There's a close-up pic here).
My hi-fi speakers used to be in odd places: they're now on my desktop. Also on my desktop: a camera, repurposed as a webcam, and a 90s old Creative Labs beige microphone; both to support video conferencing.
The desktop is otherwise, largely unchanged. My Amiga 500 and Synthesiser had continued to live there until very recently when I had an accident with a pot of tea. I'm in two minds as to whether I'll bring them back: having the desk clear is quite nice.
There's a lot of transient stuff and rubbish to sort out: the bookcase visible on the left, the big one behind my chair on the right (itself to get rid of); and the collection of stuff on the floor. Sadly, the study is the only room in our house where things like this can be collected prior to disposal: it's disruptive, but less so than if we stuffed them in a bedroom.
You can't easily see the "temporary" storage unit for Printer(s) that used to be between bookcases on the right-hand wall. It's still there, situated behind my desk chair. I did finally get rid of the deprecated printer (and I plan to change the HP laser too, although that's a longer story). The NAS, I have recently moved to the bottom-right Kallax cube, and that seems to work well. There's really no other space in the Study for the printer.
Also not pictured: a much improved ceiling light.
What would I like to improve
First and foremost, get rid of all the transient stuff! It's a simple matter of not putting the time in to sort it out
If I manage that, I've been trying to think about how to best organise material relating to ongoing projects. Some time ago I salivated over this home office tour for an embedded developer. Jay has an interesting project tray system. I'm thinking of developing something like that, with trays or boxes I can store in the Kallax to my right.
I'd love to put a comfortable reading chair, perhaps a wing-backed thing, and a reading light, over on the left-hand side near the window. And/or, a bench at a height enabling me to do the occasional bit of standing work, and/or to support the Alesis Micron (or a small digital Piano).