I'm using my bedroom as a control room. I track in there sometimes too, but I usually try to do that in the living room because it's a lot bigger. All I have is a sketch right now, but I'll post some pictures up once I replace the light bulbs in the room.
I live in an apartment, so even drilling into the walls is a stretch, although I don't mind just patching up some holes and painting before I leave.
- Wall A: The 2nd biggest issue with the room. (Biggest issue is space) It has a giant window. 5'5"Hx5'9"Wx6.5"D. The window isn't sealed properly either.
- Furniture pieces 1-3 are for the standing "workstation". 3 is an 8u rack on top of a metal shelving unit. 2 is an ikea bedroom table attached to an ikea coffee table. 1 is a cubic organizer type deal that my MIDI controller sits on top of.
- Furniture pieces 4 and 5 don't really matter and can easily be put out in the living room
- Furniture piece 6 is a table that my TV(which I use as a monitor) sits on top of.
- Bedroom door is, of course, thin and has big air gaps
- the Roland e-drum kit takes up quite a bit of space.
- Monitors have been measured to place, but I don't mind re-arranging stuff
I have wall hangers for my stringed instruments(4, while 3 stay in cases), but also don't mind moving those.
I have 8 GIK bass traps and a Primacoustic London 12 kit(8 2" thick broadband panels, 2 wider 2" broadband panels, and 12 1" thick scatter panels). I want to build stands for the bass traps and broadband panels to use as a sort of gobo for when I need to track in the living room. Once I get more money and free time, I'm going to build a few more bass traps and a gobo or two.