My painting studio is in my garage, so there are a few competing factors – meaning regular garage stuff taking up space. Tools, lawnmower, Frisbees all live on the other side of the garage (near the door) and the studio is set up in the back of the garage.
It was important for me to split up the space so I felt like I was in a workspace, so I hung up curtains down the middle of the garage. Another reason for this was to try to insulate the space as much as possible because this winter was so cold! Which is also the reason for multiple heaters.
I have two separate workstations, one for acrylic and one for oils, that I can move around the space depending on where I set up to work. Where I set up to work depends on the size of the canvas, larger works I need to move more towards the center of the room.
I have a few different computers and monitors set up out in my studio. One I use for watching (well mostly listening) to Netflix while I work, the others are for reference and source images, or capturing streaming of my process.
I store unused canvases behind a makeshift wall in the back of the studio and have a large table for gessoing and storage.
A bookshelf and two comfy chairs also live in my studio, as well as a refrigerator, however the chairs mostly get used by the dogs not me!
In the future I hope to have a studio with more wall space for hanging up drying paintings as well as more lighting options, but for now this works for me!