I do have my tackroom organized, it's pretty fancy. If I were at home I would take a pic, maybe tomorrow. I do keep my immediate using tack in the horse trailer tackroom right beside the arena as I am going to lessons a couple times a week.
you take lessons away from your barn I'm assuming?
Where I board There is 4 people that share for 7 horses. The room is 6' x 8' roughly. Along either side is 4 saddle racks with a bridle hook. There is a shelf on 3 sides just above head height. The 2 front racks have extra bridle racks on the front wall (my friend and I use these as we are there most ofetn and have bigger tack collections). Under each saddle there is room for 2 grooning totes and a couple small plastic totes or buckets. The shelf holds a mix of things above each person's area.
My area had my saddle on it's rack, my main bridle and good lead rope are just inside the door. My other two bridles hang next to my saddle. Under my saddle I have First Aid tote, and one that holds extra brushes, batteries and misc halters and 2 lead ropes, I also have my clipper case there with all it's accessories. In front of the less used stuff is 2 buckets that hold a sponge and extra shampoo, and 2 grooming totes one with brushes and one with misc sprays and what nots. I use the shelf for the extra gullets for my wintec saddle, my helmet, and horse boots of various styles, also my polos and a shoebox sized tote of rags. I will have to take some pictures when I am down there this week.
At home I have my extra saddle that does not fit my horse. It doubles as an extra seat when we have company or when my daughter want's to pretend she is riding. I also have my stairway lined with my extra bridles, including my show set with silver. For a end table by my couch I have a huge plastic "tool box" covered with a small blanket and topped with a nice piece of wood and in there is extra treats, halters, lead ropes, boots and what not that don't fit this horse and the ever growing collection of tack I decided I didn't like, but for some reason I hold on to.
And our wall with the bits on headstalls (not all of the bits w/ headstalls are hung up there, have more such as snaffles and other barrel racing bits that are in the trailer). We also have a wall with bits that are not on a headstall.
Then this is what our trailer tack looks like when loaded.