I can't post a pic, but here is what I have.
Art stuff goes in two places - accessible things on a bookshelf next to our dining room (everything) table, and stuff requiring supervision or not used frequently in labeled plastic boxes on a bookshelf just inside the garage (door opens to the kitchen).
The same art bookshelf near the dining room table has two sides - one side is art stuff, the other side has a dictionary, current magazines, and other homeschool books/materials. I also have a bookshelf in my laundry room where I keep dormant homeschool books/materials.
The lower part of the art bookshelf has space for two baskets where we keep our dress-up clothes and playsilks.
Puzzles are kept in the laundry room and brought out by request. Too messy otherwise!!
Books go on one huge bookshelf in the living room; anything that is just way out of my kids' reading or interest range is in storage. Board books go in a large wooden box on the floor. The lower shelves have a few toys on them - trying to keep the books out of pullable reach from toddler.
Baby/toddler toys are in the living room, mostly in baskets on the hearth, but dolls/stuffed animals go in an open wooden toybox. To keep myself sane, I keep only one "kind" of toy per storage container. Wooden cars in one, rattles in one, blocks in one, etc. We don't use our fireplace often so it does't matter that they're on the hearth and it looks neat. Easy to put away, too since we don't have many toys, maybe half a dozen baskets there.
The bigger kids also have a gated playspace in a different room, where they have a fairly small 5-drawer plastic storage unit for small-pieces toys, along with a couple of open bins for other kinds of toys. They each have one bin with their name on it where they can keep stuff they're working on and everyone knows their "turn" is not over if the thing is in their box. We used to have many more toys but within a day of cleanup they'd be in a sea all over the floor. With less toys the kids can keep them neat more easily, and we do big cleanup weekly.