How do you store your sample stash?
What system have you found that works for you?
Are you happy with your sample storage?
What would you wish for?
What would you like to change?
Or did you develop the perfect system already?
I am not at all content with my sample storage at the moment.
As happy as I am with the organsation of my full bottle collection, my samples are a sore point that needs attention.
I have many samples and they seem to be multiplying on their own.
For now they are stored in sealable clear plastic bags labeled by house, and all of those bags are inside a big IKEA cardboard box.
Then there is a wooden teabox containing carded and boxed manufacturer’s samples and miniatures.
Finally there is my in-tray on my desk right next to my laptop, where the to be reviewed queue resides, a line I try to keep at no more than about twenty samples deep at all times.
I love the idea of ammonition boxes that many American bloggers use, but anything to do with weapons is not so easy to get here (I’m quite thankful for that actually, so not that I’m complaining).
I’d like to find boxes with enough compartments so I can stick to the “by house” organisation system and that allows my samples to lie safely and uncrowdedly.