No pics, but a yeast lab does not need to be as sanitary as some other labs. The academic labs I've worked in all work on a bench top with a bunsen burner and 70% EtOH. You spray down the bench (sometimes), you dip stuff in EtOH and flame it (if it won't catch on fire), you quench it in your plate, and move on. Things that can't be flamed are autoclaved for sterility. You work near the burner because it creates an updraft that is supposed to keep things from falling in your open plates/tubes.
So get an alcohol lamp if you don't have a gas stove, buy some 151 grain alcohol, and get a pressure cooker (optional). Our big innovation was when a colleague found flat toothpicks with rounded ends - those are great for picking colonies off plates, you can autoclave a jar full and have sterile/sanitary tools that don't need to be constantly flamed which is really more annoying than fun.
My lab at home consists of a gas stove and a bottle of grain. And I have an incubator and stir plates, but that doesn't count. I don't have a pressure cooker, but I took home my open jars of toothpicks when my lab moved to SF and they have lasted me a long time. I don't do much yeast ranching anymore though. I don't think it's worth my effort when good yeast is so easily available. I buy what I can't get from local breweries.