Put 'em in a box.
Hi , I took a shoe box and covered it in decorative paper, I take the left over bulbs out of their boxes , to save room , and keep them in the box , I also store my batteries in mason jars .
To store them in the least amount of space, use sock drawer organizers in a drawer or box. Remove the bulbs from their packaging and place each bulb in a slot. If you want to keep the packaging, use a plastic basket to store the various packages in. Here is a link for the sock organizer: https://express.google.com/u/0/product/11743844424436202317_10119124340912764091_10046?utm_source=google_shopping&utm_medium=tu_cu&utm_content=eid-lsjeuxoeqt%2Ceid-vqiqlmovzs>im=CLHQ0qOdpYnrChDyxarq-uL00OwBGLDapAQiA1VTRCjg553mBTC-Tg&utm_campaign=10046&gclid=Cj0KCQjwwODlBRDuARIsAMy_28XzOVdkVq5tuAe9PIf54mQx99hq87eTkvwW2D3ShBujvlbjQE4I9WIaAnD4EALw_wcB
I have an old Xerox paper box that I covered in contact paper. I just place all the light bulbs in the box and store in my garage. I have another one that holds extension cords too.
I use a Rubbermaid tote that is not too big and leave them in their separate boxes if there are multiple bulbs in a package until they are mostly gone. Bulbs are marked as to their wattage, so you should be able to find the size you need. I keep then in my basement storeroom on top of the built-in hutch.
I use a Christmas ornament storage container with partitioned segments for individual ornaments.