I have only recently discovered "Waldorf style", but I've really been into wooden toys since my kids were born. I have 3 under 3 years old and we still have one room that is the nursery (crib, closet full of clothes, dressers for clothes, changing table, and rocker. We also bought a bookcase from Ikea and it's in their closet filled with:
a wooden shape sorter
Wedgets (plastic, but my kids love them
Barrell full of monkeys sit there, too (again, plastic but every kid needs a $5 barrell full of monkeys!
Wooden puzzles in a puzzle rack.
We are in the process of turning our guest room into a bedroom for our oldest who will be 3 in a few months. Most of our toys are scattered between the living room/playroom and the family room. We have:
2 wooden cars
Pottery Barn kids and Melissa and Doug wooden blocks
That Ikea wire rack thingie with beads that are attached that can be moved all around (not sure the real name of it)
Basket full of homemade gnomes
Wooden Snow White and the seven dwarfs figures on a small wood table that includes a wood tree and mushroom. We also added small pine cones under the tree and sea shells on the pond. We use a small playsilk for the pond and a larger wadded up playsilk for the bush. I really want the wooden mushroom house, but we're opting for a large Waldorf dollhouse as a bday gift.
About 10 playsilks in a basket in all different colors (they don't get played with much either)
Silk parachute and silk streamer (they are all still too young for this, so mommy plays with them while they watch LOL!)
A few large rocks that we use on our Snow White table (we just painted a rainbow on one)
Wood kitchen with tons of wooden fruits and veggies. We also have some PBK milk and eggs, soap box, cleaner, and dishwashing liquid. The kitchen has a bunch of plastic food, but I'm slowly getting rid of it because it falls apart easily.
Wood threading beads
Lots of art supplies that are in a closet that mommy takes down when they want to paint, draw, or play with Playdoh (I'd love beeswax, but I think my kids are still a little too young for it). We also have wooden tools for the Playdoh.
Crayons with a wooden easel are left out for them to color at their leisure. Luckily they don't color on our walls, but the sliding door is fun. We let them since it comes off easily.
Wooden toddler table that is used for everything from eating on to making crafts.
Homemade Waldorf dolls
Puppets (need to buy a puppet tree)
A steel drum that costs $180 new that we picked up at a yard sale for $4!!!!
Wood car run (like a marble run).
2 retro wooden high chairs for dolls (we do have the Bitty Twins from American Girl that they love that usually sit in those chairs). These were given to us by a friend and are from circa 1960.
Tons of bean bags (some homemade, some bought from the Rudolf Steiner college bookstore). Some have lavender scents.
Wooden train table with wooden train set.
That's all I can remember right now. I'd love to buy them the playstand, but Ikea has a great shelf system (I believe it's called Ivar) that you can configure how you want. The local Waldorf store here has the Ivar system set up so it basically is two shelves with a connector over the top. Then they have a silk canopy draped over that and a ton of toys set up on the shelves. So, I'm going to do that instead of the playstand (more shelves, too!) I might put that agaist a wall with the dollhouse in the middle so the canopy is draped over the dollhouse, as well.
We're getting there, too. It's been a slow process.