I do a lot of stuff with small pieces of hardwood (guitar bridges, bridge plates, head plates, inlays, etc.), and I have a whole bunch of it in small pieces. Storing it is not easy; I've tried stocking it by type, color, size, you name it, and no method seems very efficient...except now that I think about it, perhaps the fireplace is a good option. But this stuff is not cheap, and tossing it out (even small pieces) is throwing money away. Over time, little pieces end up in boxes and containers, and I occasionally have to gather it all and make some sense of it; today was one of those days because I didn't feel like making sawdust but I wanted to hang out in the shop. I have maybe 40-50 different types of wood in this little collection from acacia to zebrano and everything in between, and I currently store it in small plastic bins that stack. Is there a better way? How do you keep this stuff in a small shop?