So I'm kind of excited about a new diaper storage idea I stumbled upon this week (and acted upon)
Although I live in my own home and my wife knows and is accepting, I do have a toddler and regularly have people in my home. I don't really want my stuff 'discovered' accidentally either by snooping relatives who regularly are in my house babysitting my kid or by said kid pulling diapers out and spreading them all over the room for fun (I can only imagine the scene) In addition, we also have cleaning people in our house and just an assortment of other people and I don't care to have to explain my diapers if I don't have to (even though i do have a legitimate excuse in enuresis).
So here's my solution: a small locking file cabinet from Staples. It costs $90 which is a little steep but the drawers open and close smoothly, it fits perfectly in my closet (and closet doors close), and its inside drawers have no sharp edges whatsoever (no accidentally cutting diapers).
I can fit a full bag of Dry 24/7 in each drawer -- and there is a little wiggle room to spare! I'm pretty stoked. In the top I have one bag and in the bottom I have my other stuff: covers, powder, etc. Because I order by the case, I keep extra bags in plain cardboard box discretely stored in the garage behind other items so not easily discoverable at all. I'm pretty excited all and all and wanted to share. This might be a good solution for someone who wants to keep diapers away from snooping eyes.
Note that the locking system isn't super hardcore (if someone wants to get it, they could pry it open and bend the aluminum drawer). But for most people, the fact that's it locked will be a deterrent in my estimation. We shall see I guess.