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Anyone use a wall-mounted tie cubby for tie storage?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by brokemedstudent, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. brokemedstudent

    brokemedstudent Member

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    I saw a picture online a few weeks ago of a guy who made a tie cubby for his neckties using Legos, and then mounted it to a wall. It got me thinking of doing something similar since my closet is so small, and I thought it would make a nice display for my ties to be rolled up. I've looked at some storage solution sites but haven't come across much. Anyone know where to get started?
     
  2. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Well-Known Member

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    Just build your own out of cedar. It's not hard to construct a series of boxes. You could even do it with all hand tools with ease.
     
  3. brokemedstudent

    brokemedstudent Member

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    I'm not that crafty and my apartment is not all that equipped for DIY projects like this.
     
  4. davesmith

    davesmith Well-Known Member

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    was there ever a thread on how people store their ties?

    edit: i found about 10 threads...
     
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  5. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Well-Known Member

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    Wood working is not crafty. Also all you need is a miter box and saw.
     
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