For awhile now I've been a follower and reader of KJ's marvelous blog; KJs Beadacious Beads at http://kjsbeadaciousbeads.blogspot.com/ . I tend to follow many blogs but I do have my favorites, KJ's blog is among those.
On one of her recent posts KJ explored the problem of small bead storage, those tiny little seed beads that, when spilled, tend to go everywhere and days or even weeks later we tend to find them lodged in nooks or crannies and sometimes just laying out brazenly in plain sight, right smack dab in the middle of the floor. I find KJ's solution a great one as I have tried many different containers myself and have found many inferior, either their lids do not stay on (which ends up in those annoying spills) or they are too hard to open, or it is hard to see just what is inside of them.
Photo above ... Though I have something remotely similar to KJ's solution mine are not individual, they all screw together with only one lid that goes onto the top container, a real pain when I want the beads in the center jar. KJ's containers each have their own lids, a real bonus. Now I need to go out looking for them, they are made by Darice and Sears (in some locations) carry them. I look forward to getting rid of this unit above (which is designed for pill storage) and get some with individual lids.