I've taken to keeping my raw tea in a bread box (along with white tea, really anything but the shu...) it's seems like a good idea since bread boxes are designed to let air flow through them, while keeping out insects. Mine is from the 50's steel with a wooden lining, it's in my living room. Now with the tea inside it smells so nice when I open it.
I guess there is the danger of flavors mingling, so I decided to leave the cooked teas in another location.
At first I was going to try and get clay jars, but this french page:http://www.puerh.fr/en/article/common_s ... rh_tea.htm
... says they do not have enough air-flow. That was news to me!
Though, it is unlikely that any of my teas will last to be aged, I drink so much tea... Let me put it to you this way: I never drink water.