Trays for tubes of paint
This tray and one other replaces a keyboard tray that I have been using for almost two years. I was having trouble in a "loose" tube arrangement with all of the tubes of a color sort of piled up in an open area of the keyboard tray.
Melissa (my wife) and I were browsing through an "antique" store and I saw a tray that printer used to store their letters (upper case and lower case?). The store wanted over $100.00 and wouldn't lower their price AT ALL!
So, when I thought about the idea for a while I decided to make my own. The photo is my second tray - better than the first. Isn't that the way? Anyhow, the tray is approximately 29 inches wide and approximately 15 inches deep. It has three dividers 5 inches apart across the width and 14 dividers front to back.that are 1 5/8 inches apart. Except for the left-most "bay" which is about two inches wide.
The side rails are 20 inches so that the tray doesn't come out (if I'm careful) but will support the tray when it's extended as you see it in the photo.