Chopsticks always go in pairs. But in a house where all the family members use chopsticks, there are a bunch of unpaired chopsticks in a cabinet drawer or a chopstick stand. For every meal someone has to find right pairs among all those chopsticks. Why not put them away in pairs in the first place?
First of all: why aren’t chopsticks made to be bundled by themselves?
This jigsaw-puzzle-like projected part also functions as a chopstick stand. So when you place these sticks on a table, the tips are raised.
Chopstick Rest & Bundler
What about making a chopstick rest?
Stand it on its side and it works as a chopstick stand.
There is a magnet inside the back of it, so it sticks with another stand to make it more stable to stand.