• Where'd you get these two from? - supershoppertoo
  • The green one is already unwrapped and I can't remember whether it was The Container Store or Flax or somewhere else. The multicolor one is definitely from The Container Store -- the SKU is 0 98016 09905 7 and another number on it is 10034365 -- $3.99 for 5 feet x 30 inches, design circa 2005.

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I had some wasted ceiling space in a closet as well as a need to organize wrapping paper, so I put together this storage solution. It's only 4 anchors and screws and some galvanized wire. Before this, I had tried 3M decorating clips and thread, but it wasn't strong enough to hold this much weight. Step back. See this set.

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  1. patia 87 months ago | reply

    Great idea!

  2. frankfarm 87 months ago | reply

    Thanks, Patia! Great photos in your stream, too!

  3. Tomi Tapio 87 months ago | reply

    Oh ceiling, not to the side and wire to keep them from tipping.
    The darn rolls are too long for most cupboards.
    Seen in Explore last 7 days.

  4. frankfarm 87 months ago | reply

    Tomi Tapio, yes I agree this would work against a wall, too. Was this image seen in Explore? I'm surprised!

  5. cicidia 87 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Prismatic - Outstanding colors in Our world,TT5, Please Vote!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    Great idea!

  6. supershoppertoo 86 months ago | reply

    Wonderful Idea!

  7. sylviaguillen818 78 months ago | reply

    this is an AMAZING idea!!!

  8. V&A blogs 74 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm the admin of a group called Clever Design Solutions - a flickr
    project by the V&A Museum and artist in residence Lao Jianhua about ingenious design solutions.

    We really like this picture and would love to have it added to the group.

    The most popular photos will be featured in Lao Jianhua’s blog

    I hope you enjoy the photos!

  9. Vakuoli 70 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Practical storage and organizing, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. Joey's Dream Garden 57 months ago | reply

    I love this, because it's so simple but really effective and just about anyone would be able to do it! Thank you so much for sharing!! :D I have a lot of rolls of wrapping paper, drawing paper, wallpaper etc etc that take up space, now I'm thinking where can I set up some wires to hold them out of the way? Great stuff, thank you!
    Joey x

  11. Dagmamma 55 months ago | reply

    Greate Idea!

  12. shakenbysound 40 months ago | reply

    I did this today using tension rods. I think the method used here would probably work better, as it took me a few tries to feel the rods would really stay up there. If doing this, be sure to take the extra step and make sure all connections point to the wall are level.

  13. HelenPalsson 40 months ago | reply

    Fantastic idea!

  14. luvthesea1965 34 months ago | reply

    What a great idea!! Thank you!!

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