Cellar Storage Ideas (Pictures)

Log in

SmokingPipes.com Updates

Watch for Updates Twice a Week

PipesMagazine Approved Sponsor

PipesMagazine Approved Sponsor

PipesMagazine Approved Sponsor

PipesMagazine Approved Sponsor

PipesMagazine Approved Sponsor

Tobacco Treasures Ad
Status
Not open for further replies.

johnbarleycorn

Preferred Member
Dec 28, 2015
2,171
350
Just as I was starting to feel somewhat proud of my meager cellar. Now I have a severe case of cellar envy.

 

jaytex1969

Preferred Member
Jun 6, 2017
8,076
34,690
Here
Dave, I see some Samuel Gawith 250g packages in your cellar.
In your opinion, are those packages good for long term?
I've been jarring them up.
To keep with the thread topic, I scored these two huge bins for next to nothing at a yard sale. I like that they are black and let in no light.

After I filled those, I began amassing the piles of cardboard boxes. I recently realized that the lower compartment of my bedside table was wasted space, so I moved all the jarred stuff there. Now, the bins will suffice for a bit longer.




 

3rdguy

Preferred Member
Aug 29, 2017
3,471
7,262
Iowa
I use a couple of the soda crates also from muttonchop's video. I use the taller jars in them to fit more product but they work great as shown.

 

3rdguy

Preferred Member
Aug 29, 2017
3,471
7,262
Iowa
I use a couple of the soda crates also from muttonchop's video. I use the taller jars in them to fit more product but they work great as shown.

 

oldtoby

Preferred Member
Dec 7, 2011
798
336
@jaytex
Love the nightstand pic. Looks much like mine sans the 12 gauge street broom.
Cellar? What's that? Never heard of one. I know nothing.... 8)

 

saltedplug

Preferred Member
Aug 20, 2013
5,221
5,082
All you guys with these fancy plastic bins stacked neatly atop each other attest to a maniacally, perhaps even manically, over-organized mind. My cellar of course is much better. First, all of my bulk is in jars. Period. When I was jarring I had the entirely appropriate idea to retain the cases, that as you know, fit twelve jars interspersed by those nifty cardboard sidings, and from this brilliant idea I quickly came to another: stack them. Half of my cellar thus stands 10 cases deep X 3 in a nondescript part of my kitchen, because, the entire kitchen is nondescript, as is my house, a testament to one thing: pipes, pipe tobacco and cigars, plus the world's best pussycat and a computer. So what if a female would swoon on entry to my surpassing abode? She would have been warned.
Back to my cellar, the other half of which is in boxes under the living room table and a smaller table dedicated to jars, often in the boxes in which it was shipped. There is such economy, nay, a Zen like simplicity, in just keeping my tins in the original boxes.
"Containers? we don't need no stinking containers!"

 

johnsteam86

Member
Jan 1, 2018
271
0
I know if I showed my wife a couple pictures of these she would be like " Nope you are not doing that." Little does she know that the filing cabinet is being slowly taken over by disappearing mason jars around the house.

 

rx2man

Preferred Member
May 25, 2012
590
10
@ dmcmtk if you go on vacation can you post up your address and the dates you will be gone??.....

 

elpfeife

Preferred Member
Dec 25, 2013
1,225
326
Looks like Dan is all set for the day when the FDA bans the internal combustion engine!

 

jaytex1969

Preferred Member
Jun 6, 2017
8,076
34,690
Here
I did show my wife these pictures...sooo i will not be doing that anymore . Secret cellering it is!
We should all be carving out drywall to utilize the space between studs, which ought to be perfect size for tins!
Yeah, well, you haven't seen my backyard yet:
Sure could use a set of XS650 carbs...... :mrgreen:


 

derfargin

Preferred Member
Mar 3, 2014
2,028
26
Kennesaw, GA
That first photo of all 16 tins of Gaslight was awesome. Don't get me wrong, it was the hook that got me to scroll down and the rest of it was friggin magic.

 
Status
Not open for further replies.