You can use something like this:
If you have access to pill bottles or vitamin bottles, you could also use those.
I bought divided plastic bins at Dollar Tree. Use them for beads, jewelry findings, nuts, bolts, washers. Harbor Freight has bins cheap and sometimes Menards has some on sale. Separate my beads by color and size. Use a different bin for one color.
35 tips for organizing beads:
If you mean timber beads, then store them in a tube or rainwater pipe. Otherwise necklace beads can be stored in a tin or plastic container or craft box etc..............
I use a box from the dollar store with many compartments and a lid that keeps all the beads in place. If you have a lot of beads of the same type/color, however you classify them, you could use a coolwhip , margarine tub, canning jars... Just remember if they are in a tub with a lid you can't see through, be sure to label.
I use one of those plastic things with tons of tiny drawers! meant for tools/screws/nuts/bolts
Whatever cheap small bins you use, make sure that when you stack them you can put a small label on them, to quickly see what you’re looking for.
There are many ideas for organizing beads, if you don't want to purchase a bead organizers from Lobby you can use old tea cups. Thats what i use formy beads and jewlery.
Baby food jars, medicine bottles or baggies.
They sell organizers on amabzon SoEr of looks like pill boxes.
I have storage containers like this one: https://amzn.to/2UToOxJ
I bought a small 15x18 , 7 drawer chest . I used all sorts of containers to divide my heading supplies . I used shallow pencil box to put in tools , I used a clear plastic egg crate to separate metal spacer beads. Beads in tubes I paid down in the drawer , separated by type/size /color . Same with strung beads , inlay them out by color .
the dollar store sells little plastic containers in round and rectangular shape with snap on kids , there are 10-12 in the pack for $1 , they are great for storing left over beads .
I use a 60 drawer organizer meant to store nails, screws etc. The clear fronts let you see what is inside with out guessing. Any place that sells hardware carries them and much cheaper and bigger than buying at a crafts store.