Lightbulbs - On a shelf in the basement. We have IKEA shelving in the room with the furnace and hot water tank. It also holds camping gear, sports gear, tools and toolbox. Other spots that I've used in other houses are the linen closet or under the sink in the bathroom or in the pantry (yes, where we keep kitchen staples).
Batteries - In a shoebox and then on a shelf in the office
Chargers - These tend to float and don't get put away. I have a drawer in a wardrobe in the master bedroom where they are supposed to go, along with camera equipment (lenses etc.)
Digital Camera - Drawer in the wardrobe.
Gift Wrapping Supplies - Birthday, baby shower, anniversary wrap, bags and ribbons all go in an organizer (it looks kind of like a heavy-duty dry-cleaning plastic bag with large and small pockets) that hangs on hanger in the closet in the office. I stopped buying wrapping paper years ago, and the supply has dwindled to the point that I've been stuck a couple of times this spring for gift-giving occasions. Now I use mostly plain brown bags and decorate them with fancy ribbon, so that's what's left in the organizer, along with any gift bags that come our way. Christmas ribbon and gift bags are in a large rubbermaid box stuffed in storage space under our stairs to the basement. I bought both the hanging organizer and the rubbermaid box about 25 years ago, before I was really working to eliminate plastic from our home.
Scrapbooking Supplies - on IKEA shelving in the finished part of the basement (it's our family room area, with the t.v. and bookshelves). It also holds games and other craft supplies.
Candles - in a drawer in a unit in the dining room/living room area.
Flashlight (In case of power outage) - various places around the house so they are at hand if needed - one under the kitchen sink, one under the bathroom sink in the finished basement, one in the hall linen closet. Only one is a wind-up flashlight. I keep meaning to buy at least a couple more wind-ups - one for each of the kids to keep in their bedrooms and possibly one for the guest bedroom. I keep a small flashlight on my keychain in my purse. It has been unbelievably useful in all sorts of situations.
Office Supplies (Pens, pencils, tape) - in the office, in a desk drawer. It's a freestanding drawer unit from IKEA.
Craft stuff for kids (play-dough, finger paint, crayons, etc.,) - shelving in the basement for games and craft supplies. When we haven't had a basement, we've kept the shelving in whatever family room we've had.
Photo albums and photo boxes - albums are mostly on the bookshelf, but we have boxes of old photos, disks of photos and videos that need to be sorted and dealt with somehow. It is a major project that I'd like to work on, after our next move into a more permanent house. Right now they are stored in the basement, and it makes me a little queasy since they are at risk if the basement ever flooded.
Off season clothing - Right now we have enough closet/wardrobe/bureau space to keep our off-season clothing in our closets. In the past, I've used boxes under the beds or stored them in basement/attic.
Liquor - we have a shelf in the kitchen, but we don't have that much. I keep a bottle each of red vermouth and white vermouth for cooking (very handy substitutes for red and white wine), and they are kept with oils, vinegars and that sort of stuff. There are also a couple of bottles of whisky (single malt, rye) and some brandy. When I have vodka, I keep it in the freezer. Oh, and there's a bottle of Pimm's in the fridge, left over from last summer.
Under-the-bed boxes on casters are very useful for storing out-of-season clothes, and odds and ends like extra batteries, flashlights etc.