Here's my brewery corner of the man cave;
The boxes to the right of the frame are filled bottles. Stacks left to right are; Dampfbier, Saison, ESB & Irish red ales. That's my bottling table from Walmart & the old printer stand now repurposed as a fermenter stand & storage unit. Boxes of empty bottles are to the left of the bottling table. The Barley crusher grain mill sits atop the Lowe's bucket that the wood base on the mill fits more tightly than the Home Depot bucket hidden to it's right. That's the Ferrari Super Agata bench capper & 45 bottle tree with avinator on top. I use the broken chair to set the bottle tree on while I sit down to fill & cap bottles with the bottling bucket to the right of the bench capper & the various racking tubes/bottling wand & tube coiled up on the capper. I use the bag the capper came in for a dust cover.
That's a six gallon better bottle to the right on the bottling table used as the occasional secondary. I traded a member in Cheyenne, WY my collection of Cooper's PET bottles for it. I think it's safe to say we both enjoy the trade. Lastly, that's the Cooper's Micro brew fermenter on the left of the fermenter stand & the Midwest shorty 7.9 gallon fermenter bucket with Italian spigot to it's right. There's a lot more odds-n-ends hidden from view by the boxes of filled bottles as well. Many gadgets that make brew/bottling days quicker & easier. In the second view, you can see the 5 gallon (20QT) SS stock pot I still brew in since I started. The one gallon jugs are for measuring mash water, Starsan & PBW. The half gallon plastic vodka jugs in the back are for blow offs. You can also see the colander used occasionally for sparging grains. The small boxes on the left of the fermenter stand are my digital scale & the vinator box filled with zip lock bags of airlocks,grain & hop sacks,biab,& spare parts. Also to be seen, brushes, thermometers, spray bottle of starsan, Starsan,PBW,etc. It's handy to have everything in one place. SWMBO was happy about that too.