I use shelving units myself from Ikea. The big 2'x3" pine version. You can arrange them to do or be anything. I painted the frames black and stained the shelves mahogany, so now they look like furniture.I'll explain.
The RJM GT/22 controls my Axe-Fx III. It also controls BandHelper on the iPad, through a wireless WIDI Master connection.
The floorboard (on small wheels) has an expresion pedal, a dual switch for Tuner (I want it nearby) and to pop up a menu to switch the expression pedal between 4 tasks (with the help of the MUX block), another dual switch (Boss) which fast-switches the pedal between Wah and Whammy and engages an oscillating delay (dub echo fx), a wireless Big Joe power supply and a TC Helicon for vocal.
The Morley ABC switch (at home only) switches my guitar between 3 outputs (III, FM3, FM9). It's nice but it will replaced with a Lehle 1at3 switch because of better isolation.
A Pedaltrain Spark (not visible) powers several 9V devices (at home only).
There's the FM3 and FC-6. No expression pedal next to them because I use a Mission Expressionator (bottom shelf) to control the III, FM3 and FM9 with the single white Mission pedal (at home only).
There's the Axe-Fx III, on isoAcoutics stands. And now there's the FM9.
I play in two bands. In one of them, where I have to do a lot, I use the III and RJM (preset per song). In the other band, where I'm more of a sideman, I was using the FM3 (pretty much a single preset) with a Hall of Fame, and now will move to the FM9, very looking forward to that!
On the top shelf, there's a Shadow Panamag wireless interface for two of my acoustics. The Kramer VS-4X can switch between the outputs of the III, FM3, FM9 and the Korg Kaossilator Pro+ (top left). The Kramer's output goes into the Behringer Monitor2USB (top right) where I can switch between other sources, control levels, get my headphone signal, use USB Audio, etc.
I use the RNDI when recording acoustic guitars and bass because I like its sound.
The Fryette GPDI is a nice small tube amp, great for recording (combined with the Cab block in the III). I've also used it live with a Fryette Power Station (not on the pic). It also serves for reference purposes (tube <> digital).
There's a cheap dB meter, a remote control for the master power switch, an Apple Mac Mini M1 with Dell monitor, Adam A5X studio monitors, and Beyer DT-880 phones (not visible).
The guitar is held by a Mark Bass wrap.
And all that in a cheap shelving unit, which has been more convenient for me than any other furniture in the past.