The majority of the fabric will be stacked in this shelving unit (which will be replaced in the future by something prettier). The cardboard boxes are office supplies and such.
I also will be using this plastic cubby unit. This was originally a sales display for toys at a defunct Borders store, where I bought it for $30.
Full disclosure, I do have other fabrics in a few of these Ikea units.
And fat quarters in these cabinets.
We are going from this:
To this. These are commercial fabrics, vintage sheeting, and on top, canvas and a chenille bedspread. There are some unfinished skeleton pillows in the mix too.
And also this. I bought three of these "under bed" storage drawers at Bed, Bath, and Beyond because they will perfectly fit in the built-in in this room. I bought three of them, but only filled two. I told my husband I must need more fabric since I have an empty one. One is all whites (some cottons, some polyester, some large lace pieces). The other is all hand dyes. Most of the fabric in the Ikea drawer units are also hand dyes.
Here you can see the black storage drawers in the built-in. You can also see one of my Ikea units in the closet with the small white cabinet that has fat quarters inside. The red bucket holds my batting and some clear vinyl. I hung my pillow inserts from pants hangers on the clothes rod.
This certainly isn't the best organization in the world. I do have hand dyed fabric in multiple places, as wall as marbled fabrics and some other categories that are located in more than one place. But at least all the fabric has a home. There is still a section of this room that has not been dealt with. I will do a complete room shot when that part has been straightened up.