PVC pipes can be cut and assembled to create inexpensive specialized storage solutions. Assemble them standing up in a crate or other container with a stable base and use them to hold cylindrical and rolled items. Stacked horizontally to resemble a wine rack, cut lengths of pipe can hold contents put inside the opening. Alternatively, if space is left between the pipes, they can be used as large pegs to hold items on spools or to store lengths or rope. Cutting a pipe in half turns it into a shelf with a rounded bottom. Stabilize it to make a storage tray. Using pipe fittings, end caps, and cutting tools you can create any type of storage rack you need. Make slits or holes in a lengthwise pipe to hold screwdrivers. Secure short pipe pieces vertically to store pliers and scissors. With PVC piping the storage possibilities are only limited by your imagination.