We also usually work on weight-shifting or kneeling while we’re in the living room–something that doesn’t involve equipment.
We keep the equipment in the room with the computer. I’m cheating here because there are no pictures of the computer room. It’s also an office/guest bedroom/general junk room, so I’d rather die than take a picture in there. That is where we keep the stander and the Rifton chair, though. It’s a little personal bribery on my part. I love to be on the computer, so I put Charlie in his equipment while I’m on the computer. That way, I’m encouraged to use the equipment. I never put him in equipment back to back, so we’re usually in and out of the room a couple of times a day. Typically, I put him in his Rifton chair during the day and my husband and I put him in the stander at night and we all hang out in there as a family.
When I’m taking a shower, we put Charlie in his bed with one of those baby gym things overhead. He’s too old for it, but he loves it, so that’s fine with me. Plus, when it was developmentally appropriate, he wasn’t strong enough to really enjoy it.
We also put him in a reclining chair in the living room–usually in the evenings. He plays with toys here too and since it’s reclined he really has a chance to play with the toys without worrying about gross motor skills.
So, that’s our home. As you can see, we’re not equipment-crazy. Rather, I prefer to look at us as position-focused and just let the rest fall into place.