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If you're a DVD freak, you probably have a wall dedicated somewhere in your home to all those movie discs. There's a reason those black plastic cases that house DVDs are called "keep cases." That is, you have to keep them -- and they pile up over time creating a storage nightmare for many of you in apartments and so forth.

Although I tossed most of my keep cases years ago, the organization part still eludes me a bit. This DVD owner went a step beyond normal DVD storage optimization and used those nicer, felt-lined disc sleeves along with a tabbed, alphabetical filing system to keep track of what appears to be an immense DVD collection. We should all be so lucky.

Anyhoo, if you're looking to take back a bedroom wall in your home that is littered with DVDs that you own, you owe it to yourself to check out this storage solution. It lets you keep those DVD printed inserts as well (well, with a little trimming) and allows you massive DVD storage that can fit under your bed or in a small cabinet. Neat!


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