I LOVE that tack room Farmchic. Very thought out and organized and beautiful too!. I think lots of hooks are your best friend when you have a small space. I like being able to hang everything up and just be able to grab it. When we rebuilt after a barn fire last year, my hubby built a nice big shop that he needed for our tractor/farm equipment and vehicles since he works on everything himself, and then he sectioned off 10ft with a full wall for me in the back of the shop. So I have a 10'x 40' area but 30' of that is filled with hay so really, my tack area is only about 10'x10' and that's with a personal door on one side and a 6'wide roll up door on the other. So I definitely had to think my space through.
I know, not the most professional looking saddle covers. Those are the baby blankets I made for my kids many years ago. So all the bridles hang to the right with a personal door to the right of them...
And all the halters are hung to the left. The roll up to the left leads out to the horses. The personal door is next to bridles on the right and leads into to the shop.
Then on the other side of the personal door, I just put up a couple of simple shelves from Lowes for bottles, medicines, sprays, etc. and more hooks for my bit obsession and polo wraps. The hay, as you can see is stacked floor to ceiling the rest of the length of my space off to the right there. When I took the saddle pic, the hay was behind me. Oh and just to share, I bought the saddle racks at Schneiders. I looked far and wide for racks that I liked AND weren't outrageous to ship. The ones I got were called easy up saddle 'n pad racks and I love them.