For the longest time, my supplies for making jewelry have been unorganized and all over the place. Everything would end up in piles on my desk and I’d have to push it out of the way to make room for my laptop. For a while, I had my eye on this cubby hole organizer, but did not want to pay that price. Plus, I didn’t like that you can only fit so much into a 5×5″ square and I really wanted some sort of pole involved to hang finished jewelry from. A few weeks ago, Kyle and I browsed through Roost on a whim and I that’s where I saw this. An old wooden toolbox! And the price? $69. It was perfect. I brought it home, turned it sideways and screwed it into the wall (using heavy duty anchors, of course). The dividers in the toolbox work perfect as shelves and the handle acts as a pole to hang my jewelry from. At some point I’ll change out the original handle (pole) for a skinnier dowel rod so I can fit the spools of chain on it, allowing more shelf room for materials. But this works great for now.