I got 100 white boxes that look almost like a pizza box on freecycle the other week. I use them to store, but let me tell ya, it's a pain in the hind end when you need a soap on the bottom of the stack of boxes :shock:
I just bought plastic shelves at home depot that allow the soap to breath. I then put window screening over the shelves so the soap does not slip through the wide gaps. It is 72" high x 36" wide x 24" deep. It ROCKS! Cheap, too at $60.
My curing racks are bread racks. My son works at a restaurant and the bread comes in cardboard racks instead of the plastic reusable ones, so he get them for me. I cut a section out of the front so I can see in and stack without de-stacking the boxes
i saw pizza boxes on you tube as well and since my daughter works at pizza hut this is what i do for now, but i'm only on my second batch. i was thinking of using a bookshelf if they start to take over.....
I have bookshelves that I've turned into curing and storage racks. I put wax paper on the shelf - line the soaps up so they can breath and cure - once they're cured I stack them with the recipe beside so I know which is which. Sometimes when I've been doing a lot of soaping (like this week since this is my week out of the mall) I end up storing and curing some of the soap in my bedroom - which makes it smell divine!!