Here is a link to Waldorf Home on Flickr.
so, this summer, i just really started trying to figure this out for myself, too. i looked all over to images online, too. it was especially hard to figure out how to set up kid's bedroom. some of the examples had bookshelves full of what seemed overwhelming to me. that helped me realize that each person/family needs to find what is especially appealing and works for them. in general, ITA with what everyone has said about keeping things simple, de-cluttered and having less out. i am currently reading "simplicity parenting" as well and finding it hugely inspiring and confirming.
for a nature table, we just use the top of a bookshelf. if you don't have the floor space for a bookshelf there, maybe hanging some shelves on the walls would give you more space. for me, i like the beautiful watercolor artwork of waldorf inspired artists. it's so appealing and calming to me, personally.
i have a desk for my laptop in a room. it's just a table. we keep the kids' rocking chair under it to save floor space. our sofa pops up into a queen bed and has storage on one side of it. not like you need to go get this sofa but maybe thinking about ways to store things in already existing spaces so there's less clutter to see? that really helps me.
we only keep out seasonal clothes. for each child that means only one jacket, one vest, one hat, one pair of gloves and rain pants stay out; they are hung by the front door.
ITA with less toys. some items are in fabric boxes in their closet upstairs like a toy library. having baskets makes clean up so much easier for us. and, they can see which toys are available without having to dig through one large toybox. less of everything is just such an easier way to live! we use the same bowls for lunch and dinner. they get handwashed at some point in between. so much easier.
we found a shelf with three clips to hang artwork; it does double duty. and, it's easy to remove the artwork when another piece is ready. a magnetic strip to hang artwork is a neat idea that my friend uses. when it gets full, you can remove stuff so it's not too clutter-y.