Like I said the other day, the island is created from two shelves put back-to-back. One side houses my beads, metal stamping tools and the bottom shelf has seed beads, tools I use less often and a tray of projects in progress. Again, it's orgazined so that the items I use most are at the top. I organize my beads by color, except wood and pearls have their own trays. One the top of the desk, in the ceramic egg cartons I have art beads from various artists.
The other shelf is stores polymer clay and shipping. The top shelf has trays that hold canes, beads in progress and mixed colors. Tools I rarely use are stored here. Everything I use to make beads are stored on the shelf within easy reach. The trays of clay that you see uncovered are usually covered in wax paper, it just didn't make for a good photo. Envelopes and packaging material are on the bottom, along with trays of orders that are ready to ship out. Some of my inventory is stored over here for easy packing. New for me is the glass cutting board used to protect my table when I make beads.