I'm running out of room for paper. Hubby just bought me 2 stacks the other day because they were 70% off. He's like... they're $5.99, you might as well get them. And then I also had an extra 20% off coupon. I already knew about the clearance price before we went to the store (for fabric and thread) but I wasn't planning to get them since I have puh-lenty of Christmas and winter paper! However, I relented with little resistance.
They're the DCWV Heirloom Christmas and Arctic Wishes stacks. I already used 2 sheets from the Christmas one for the challenge with ugly paper. There's a herringbone print in it and I'm not a fan of herringbone. And there was that MLS warehouse box I got for Christmas with 94 sheets of paper. I'm going to have to move a few things...
This is where the majority of my paper is - it's under my desk. (Pic is from a couple years ago.) Then I have a small rolling tote that has a couple of stacks and 3 accordian keepers - two for paper and the other has my larger scraps. The MLS paper is still in the box it was shipped in.
I'm going to have to take out the box and the clear zippered pouch from the bin. (The pouch has portrait studio/school pics in it.)
That's sounds like a terrible dilemma. You might need to take over his side of the room as well.....
He doesn't have a side. Even the small wall that his bureau is on (and the door opens on to) has a small bookshelf with my crap on it next to his bureau.
Here's the layout of my room - obviously not to scale. I have just enough room to pull my chair out before hitting the foot of the bed. Or I have to push it to the side of the footboard to move it back further.
Not noted is the crap I have next to my desk, on both sides of my dresser (there's actually some space between it and the wall adjacent), and the totes under the larger window/next to sewing table.