This is one corner of The Sewing Lawyer's rather small sewing room. It may explain the title:
Specifically, the problem is the bags up top. They contain my stash of interfacing, silk organza, and batting. There's also a bag each of biggish scraps of wool coating and fake fur up there. Every time I need some (say) black fusible, I have to take down two or three bags before I figure out which bag hides the black fusible. It seems every time I put them back, I cause a slippery plastic bag avalanche. A bag full of interfacing that falls the metre or so distance from the top shelf to my cutting board is rather inclined simply to give up the ghost and split, spilling its contents everywhere.
Recently I've basically given up putting them away, which means they are on the cutting board, and on the floor. Too much clutter makes it impossible to sew. This is not good.
I've had it. I have the equipment, the supplies and the ability to fix it. Enter a bolt of sturdy brown canvas (Fabric Flea Market).
A design. Rudimentary, but it should work.
They may need some kind of handle too. I'll work it out as I make the first one. I have five cut out.