I don't know if its Sterlite, but drawers nearly identical to this, that stack, with stacks locking to one another, also have wheels that can go on the bottom set. These stacks can then be stored out of the way and conveniently rolled out to play - even put right by the game board. I've got four which I use for terrain, and they work great. Also a larger size, also rolling, with four drawers per stack, about waist high.kitenerd wrote:Check these out:
I put them on the tote bag to show how small these drawer sets (Sterlite 2173) really are. Biggest dimension on them is 8.5" (deep). I am not usually a fan of drawers, but these pop out easy if you need more access. You can also stack them (top actually comes off and they are in sections so you can make them any size you want). The walls fit perfectly:
Here is all six:
I have a tudor stack - walls on the bottom (w/gothic stone), doors and windows middle, posts on top
and a stone stack - walls & arrow slit, doors &windows, posts
This is super efficient storage and should make for easy building. What you see is a Capital City + Stone Wall & Post + Door Set + Double Post Set + the walls from Bridge of Valor. I have two small cottages set up so there are a few walls missing.
I'll take pics later, but the Sterlite 1962 holds ALL my floors and will hold 8 full roofs!
Oh, after posting I looked at the Sterlite stacks - they appear to lack the locking mechanism on top. If anyone wants the brand of the stack/lock/rolling sets, post back here.
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