oh...i forgot to mention, that i found some of this shelving, used on
ebay for not too expensive.
--- sschulte99 <sschulte99@...
> Greetings. I'm a Drama instructor in a arts magnet school in the
> state of CT. I stumbled upon this group while researching storage
> solutions for our school. Very briefly, my school is made up of
> grades 6 through 12 and there are four teachers in the theater
> department, as well as a teacher devoted to costume design. On
> average, we produce 6 mainstage shows a year, as well as many
> student-produced projects. Our costume designer is incredible and
> in the past four years we have amassed a large array of costuming.
> Unfortunately, we do not have much storage space. We have two rooms-
> -one room assigned for costumes, and the second smaller room used
> for accessories (shoes, hats, etc) and excess fabric.
> As part of a Graduate school project, I am attempting to make our
> storage spaces more useable. I have a handle on how to alter our
> costume storage space, and am now looking for any ideas on how to
> utilize the smaller of the rooms more effectively.
> In the smaller room, we have a a very limited space with a three
> tier rack that takes up most of the far wall. The room is 15 feet
> in length and 8 feet wide. The problem is that we have gathered a
> large amount of footwear. Right now, they are on the shelves in no
> discernable order. I am looking for any ideas on how to store these
> in a manner that will make them accessible, but also maximize the
> limited space that we have.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Scott Schulte
> Waterbury Arts Magnet School
> Waterbury, CT
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