My tanks are scattered thru three rooms of my apartment, but the majority of the fish stuff is clustered around the main tank, it's stand, and the IKEA low bookshelf that my secondary tank and the main tank filters/chiller sit on.
The main tank stand has the majority of the fish food on the top shelf, along with a wicker basket for things like the snap on cleaning heads to my multi-use tool (it hangs from a hook off the side of the stand), and the lower shelf holds nets and ferts in a multi-compartment plastic bin.
The low bookshelf has four sections. One's filled by a wicker box insert that holds the big and bothersome things: extra filters/media, lights, pumps, glass covers, extra hoses, etc. One has my jugs of used aquarium water (saved for watering plants, rinsing filters and such) and one holds water jugs prepped for top-offs and wc's. The last has two, 2-drawer units that hold all the small stuff that would otherwise end up lost-including those all important equipment manuals and order sheets, meds and ferts. Water conditioner stays on a shelf above the kitchen sink--right where I need it.
There's more water (distilled and RO) jugs under my open kitchen shelves, along with a kitty litter box I use for rinsing substrate and sorting cuttings. My balcony storage closet holds any empty tanks (2.5-5g quarantine tanks, a spare 10, etc) and a rubbermade tote of wood, rocks and substrate.
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