On another blog, we were discussing how to store paintings while they dry, and I thought I'd post some pics of what I did. It's not an original idea, so I can't take credit for it. But it sure comes in handy.
I went to the local big box hardware store and bought a few lengths of something that looks like this:
Sorry I can't tell you what they're called, but they're in the same section as the molding. It's about 4 inches wide and has grooves in it.
This is what they look like up. As you can see, the paintings have a tendency to stay there long after they're dry, as I'm also out of storage space.
I used super heavy-duty sheetrock anchors and hardware, but you can see in the last photo, the weight of hardboard will make the end bend. I should have more hardware there at the end of the little shelf.