I used to make all of my own clothes years ago. Then I took up Civil War reenacting, and started making my clothing and bonnets (and re-covering antique parasols) for reenacting. I've not done that for about 3 years now, but still sometimes whip up a quick pillow, some curtains, etc. My husband also sews (WWII reenactor), and has his own machine. We share a crafting room, which is nice. He has one side, I the other plus the closet. We just painted the wall, and laid new flooring, and fixed up wire-coated shelves in the closet. (It also doubles as the cat quarantine room, as it has vinyl flooring and lots of sunlight, plus they can see the street and all the action to keep them entertained Because of this, I make sure all unsafe sewing supplies are put away).
I once had a fancy computerized Singer, but went back to a plain Jane machine--it was nothing but (expensive!) trouble--it was in the shop more than I actually used it! I also have an older serger, but haven't used it in years, as that stitching is not authentic for CW clothing.
Have fun sewing!