I use the regular Folk Art acrylic paints most often, so it's important that they're accessible and portable. I put them upside down in Sterilite Show-Offs, divided into warm and cool colors. Here are two of those bins with the lids off:
I moved all the specialty paints in separate Sterilite Show-Offs. Most are upside down, marked with a Sharpie so I can easily tell what type of paint is each is. XT stands for Extreme Glitter Paint, my favorite way to add tons of ultra-fine sparkle to a project. W is for Watercolor and they're so pretty. M is for Metallic. These go on so well and provide great shine.
I have more specialty paints in larger ClearView Latch Boxes. There's a photo of one of the tubs below. The paints with the printed design on the top are the Multi-Surface paints. E is for Enamel, F is for Fabric, and P is for Pickling Wash. CS is for Color Shift, one of my favorites of Folk Art's specialty paints. My budding collection of Glitterific is in another, along with the newly-released Dragonfly Glaze.
So far, I'm really liking the way I've organized my paints. How do you store your paints? I'd love to hear!