I use three of the MOW 100 ct humidors. One for HTF and Higher end, one for my everyday core smokes and one for longer term aging. I love the look of these high gloss, awesome MOW graphics and they seal great.
I also have a medium size tupperdore for over flow.
I have two cheap white tail 50ct from 2 samplers and a Tupperdor. I will take pictures later. My 2 50ct are full and Tupperdor is getting there. This hobby started with 10 sticks then another 20 sampler, and some 5ers and then a box, then more stuff here and there.....
I want a cabinet so bad, just haven't bit yet. I am spread between two large humidors (my favorite is a nice RyJ one I showed some pics when I bought) two glasstops, two smaller ones, a large cooler, a small dorm fridge (unplugged of course) and two large Husky Tupperdors. And then probably a couple little tupperware stuck in corners.
Chuckster - 12/27/2014 9:19 AM Ted did you build your trays or buy them for your cooleridor?
Sorry I missed this. I bought trays from cheaphumidors.com and then glued them together length-wise. While I'm really happy with it, I'll be moving this spring and looking for a cabinet solution. The coolidor with the trays is basically at its limit with about 600 sticks.
bmac7754 - 10/8/2014 8:12 PM I might not have a cigar cabinet, but I do have a cabinet built into the living room wall that holds my humidors. There are glass doors that close it off to grubby hands. And yes those are Gurkha tin signs on the back wall. Just to give you an idea of the size, those signs are about 3' long and that is my treasure dome on the bottom which is pretty good in size. May not be the most impressive, but works just fine for me. I have them all labeled with #'s inside and I have my VH broken down for each one so I know where every cigar is.
Took a long time to set up but here is my 85 Bottle capacity Dual Zone Wine Enthusiast Humidor/Winefridge. Wines in the upper zone at 58 degrees, Cigars in the lower zone at around 64 degrees. Took a long time to get the set up right to have a stable RH on the bottom zone (65% to 67%) while maintaining a temperature cool enough in the upper zone for the wines,as it is a compressor unit. But very happy with the way it turned out.