WARNING: this will be pic heavy!
This is how I currently store all of my scrapbooking stuff - just remember for me it is constantly evolving. Some parts I love and they will continue to be stored that way... other's I'm still working on.
So onto the tour...
A scrapbooker's staple - my photos are all stored in photo boxes, by theme.
I have holidays, heritage (the 6x4's are in the tin), girls, enlargements, etc. I also have 1 box which holds my negatives and photos I'm not going to scrap.
My embellishments are stored in different ways - this first are flat containers which hold bulky items (containers of beads, ring binders, etc), items still on the packaging (resins, bling strips, etc), some chipboard I have lots of (label holders, chip words), and larger journal pages.
The containers stack nicely and don't take up a lot of room, though storing a lot of things.
I also have small embellishments stored in divided containers. These contain the tiny things like brads, tickets, charms, etc. Very easy to see what you have and what you want at a glance, but keeping them neat and tidy.
For me, these have been an on-going change. I am never happy with what I've got, but now I think I might actually be onto something. I have them all sorted into themes, sorted by rub-ons and diecuts (also tags) and stored in A4 plastic document folders. It puts no pressure on the rub-ons and being sorted by theme, it's easy to find what I'm looking for.
All of my clear stamps are stored in the A4 document folders again, stuck onto laminated sheets. All of my wooden stamps are stored in a box, including the Kaisercraft ones I haven't sorted out yet. I also have a book I need to stamp so I can easily see what stamps I have when I'm looking for one.
This is only new for me... before I've had them stored into a trolley I could pull out, but I wanted them within easy reach. So I sorted them by type and colour, and stacked them on the top of the Kaisercraft drawers. To lift the back bottles slight so they could be easily seen, I 'borrowed' a couple of pieces of square 40x40 (I think) timber from the husband and used it as a step. Works beautifully and raising the bottles enough. And you have to admit... it does look pretty!
By now most of you know how I store my flowers... all in old coffee jars, sorted by size and colour. They do look so pretty on the shelf on my wall.
Joining them are jars of buttons (colour themed), jars of lace and string. There's also a jar of mixed pieces of ribbon (the 5-10cm bit always left!).
I've also hung a piece of dowel to hold my decorative tapes.
Well there you have it... not perfect by any means and there's still things I'd like to do.
My storage is always evolving. I hope you found some ideas there, but what works for me might not work for you!