We put up Rylan's maps and dino charts on the wall, the talking globe is there too. A nice big table (looks smaller in the pic) which we got from IKEA, with space for both boys to work at. Workboxes are right next to it...actually I went for work drawers, not boxes...and right next to the those is a book shelf that has all of our writing/art supplies (I have a collection of these in the upstairs pantry too, so we can easily work on either floor without much prep time), all our school books, my teacher manuals, math and other manipulatives, educational games, my virtue materials, and Rylan's portfolio that we are building as he completes work.
There is one set for each boy. I started off with 6 drawers each, I think that is plenty for their ages, I can easily add on to it as time goes and there is a need.
The number labels are laminated and attached with velcro dots, so as they complete their work they can pull them off the drawer and stick them onto the sheet below, and put their completed work on top of the drawers.
I also made labels, which I don't have pictures of, that say "Work with Mom" and have a pic of me and the boys underneath, so they know to wait until I can assist them with whatever is in that particular drawer. I am sure I will be making more labels as time goes by and we get used to working with this new system.
On the other side of the room, I created a reading space. There is also our magnetic calendar (it is a Melissa and Doug one) which we use every morning to learn about days of the week, months of the year, etc.
The calendar has all kinds of little magnets like "swimming", "doctor's appointment", "4th of July", so we can add all the events of the week on Monday, then the kiddos can see the plan for the week ahead. Right next to the calendar is, of course, our virtue card that we are studying that week.