The first darkroom you build for an enemy. The second one you build for a friend. And the third one you build for yourself. Until now I have built five darkrooms. But there are still things to improve. And everytime I study other peoples darkrooms, I learn one or two nice tricks. Would you mind posting some images of your darkroom? I'll start with mine. I use it one day every week. And even after about twenty years of darkroom work, I still want to change things. (That's why I got the idea of this thread.) My desktop is very cluttered because I'm in the middle of a rearranging my darkroom. 1) My darkroom sink. I adapted an existing sink to do all my film developing, and washing. Above the sink chemicals are stored child-safe. I built my own sodium lamp. 2) An Omega D5 XL enlarger for 4x5 inch negatives 3) A Durst M605 enlarger, my darkroom books and negatives. 4) The wet bench with photographic paper to the left, and film tanks underneath. 5) Bulk chemical storage and processing clock.