I'd share mine, but I sadly have no camera on hand.
I can describe, however. It sort of looks like a latin side altar, complete with gradines, crucifix and candlesticks. However, I have a Christ Pantokrator in the bottom row centre, a Theotokos Hodigitria to the left, and a Sacred Heart image to the right (remember, I'm Byz. Catholic, not Orthodox), and St. Martin and St. John the Forerunner on the ends of the bottom row, right and left respectively. I have Pascha, Theophany, Nativity, and Pentecost icons arrange counterclockwise around the wall crucifix above that, with St. Anthony (of Padua; again, catholic
)and Jude to the right, and another Theotokos and St. Joseph icon to the left. Above that, another Theotokos and St. Gregory, a diptych of Peter and Paul in the centre third row, and St. Gabriel and Michael to the right of that. And aboe all, a Byzantinised Divine Mercy image top row and centre. Not counting the ones I take out and place centre for certain feasts (Dormition, Holy Friday epitaphios replica, Last Supper and Annunciation). And yeah, that's it.