I live in Florida in a sunny, top floor apartment with plenty of windows. Out the window of my studio, you can see the tops of mangrove trees, beyond which are the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

My work area is dominated by an old-fashioned wooden architect's table where I do the majority of my work. An easel, usually with a second work-in-progress, stands nearby. A light table, with a reproduction of N.C. Wyeth is in the opposite corner. One entire wall is covered with corkboard where I pin working drawings, references, and the like.
There is a long work table behind me. I usually work on sketches or maquettes there. And in the near corner is a tall bookshelf that has a stereo, art supplies, art books, and files. That's pretty much the entirety of my studio set-up.