I finally got my workstation set up the way I need it...I had to put my laptop on a monitor stand so that I could have space for my Wacom tablet(underneath). Since my laptop sits too high to type on now, I got a roll-up silicone keyboard that I move to the side when I want to use my tablet...I had a 23" monitor, but I ended up splurging on this 32" curved monitor so that I can see details a lot better.
I also invested in a 13 port usb hub coz I save a lot of my stuff on flash sticks to take back & forth when I sometimes work on stuffs at work during my downtime/lulls; then there's the 3 external hard drives to the side where I move all my art files to after they're complete(also move new fonts, brushes, and music as well).
I keep a water bottle there for when it gets hot during the summer months, and a small lemon looking humidfier for during the winter months when the air gets dry and makes my nostrils feel dry on the inside...as you can also see, I keep snacks on the far end so that I can consume when I really working on stuffs and get hungry...my lamp is small, but it puts out a LOT of light when I need it.
Since this space is temporary, I dont have any art stuffs hanging from the wall. All my art stuffs, books, and collectables are still packed away. Chair is not the best in the universe, but it's ergo- which was what I needed for my back...the cool part is the arms not only raise and lower but can let back if I dont want them in the way; the arm pads also swivel inward/outward so that my forearms can rest better as well.
@Hodge I plan on gettin me a cup warmer once I move to my new spot. I tend to drink a lot more coffee & hot tea in the winter.