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This honeycomb unit graces the studio wall of artist d. Sharp. It’s made from galvanized shelving salvaged from a winery.
I love the visibility here – I can use my craft tools best when I can see them all. And this unit holds a surprising amount of stuff in a small space without sacrificing any precious horizontal surfaces.
If you don’t have access to winery salvage, you could get a similar functionality from a few wall-mounted wine racks, or by gluing a lot of thick cardboard tubes together.



  • csgleason

    I think commercial size cans like are used in restaurants would stack together well in a frame. Also regular cans although the bottoms would not be flat for pens and other small things this would not matter.

  • Graceline

    Thanks again for a great idea. i can always depend on all of you for some sensational and very unique ideas.

  • Di Dial

    Love this storage! Same idea, but it beats my PVC pipe pieces in milk crates by a mile… now where I can I find a winery salvage?

  • Diane Gilleland

    Ooh, PVC in crates is a great idea!
    I Googled and Googled in hopes of finding some source for this kind of shelving. I suspect this is a more “on the ground” find. Maybe start with wineries near you, and ask them where they get their shelving? Another option might be to check home-improvement stores for some kind of corrugated material you could have cut and drilled so you could fasten it together.

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