Now that his body is bigger, so is his furniture. Toys and activities are still kept to a minimun and are still on shelves to facilitate his putting things away after use.
The window sill has been used as an impromptu nature table. Here's a better look:
Now that he is older, he will happily work at his own desk in his bedroom. When he was younger, he prefered to be closer to his parents. This happens with many children. Some parents have compensated for this by having a child's table or desk in the kitchen or living room.
Just like in the classroom, G.'s shelves are not cluttered so he can see everything and choose what he wants. Many parents rotate children's toys rather than give them too many. When a child seems to be getting bored with something, the child and parent can decide if it is time to change the things on the shelf.
At the door, a small shelf with hooks has been placed at G.'s height so that he can take care of his outer wear without help. The basket on top is for his mits and hats - again, just a few choices.