Use hat boxes as a stylish and unique way to keep your scarves, hats and gloves organized. These particular hat boxes can be custom designed by size, color and shape.
You don't need less stuff — just more storage space! Named for India's diamond center, the Surat trunk is covered with a diamond-medallion pattern and accented with antiqued hardware.
Trunks come in all shapes, sizes and colors. This one's rounded top encouraged its place on the top of the baggage pile to help prevent damage.
A BlingBox is a dorm necessity for ladies with a lot of jewelry to keep organized. Luckily, it comes in an excellent geometric and colorful design by Fimbis.
Blue mason jars make perfect flower vases, and you can usually find them at flea markets and vintage stores. I have an entire collection that gets heavily used around this time of year. They're perfect for elevating that grocery store bouquet.
Post office chic? Sure, why not! This sturdy storage bin is good enough to hold a lot of mail and take a lot of wear and tear, and its combination of leather and canvas is quite stylin'! I imagine a row of them on baker's shelves in an office or on a closet shelf to help corral whatever needs...
Nesting boxes are multi-purpose design elements. They're fantastic for storage but can also be used stacked decoratively in a corner or on a shelf. Stack them next to a chair for an eclectic side table.
A simple wood box is perfect for storing a magazine collection or even used as a vase. But look closer: This is a vintage Chinese wood grain box, used to measure the harvest. Love the texture and the rustic vibe.
These black and white patterned bone boxes are the peak of chic. Layer them on a bookcase, use to house jewelry or atop a desk — you can't go wrong!
A charming brass cricket box can house trinkets or other objects of desire. I love the brass cutouts and little bun feet.
If your taste in trunks leans towards the vintage, this achingly cool tuba case from the Elkhard High School Orchestra should fit the bill.
This piece is so unique. It can be used as storage for your favorite items, a piece of art, a coffee table, a nightstand; the options are endless.
Your precious gems and baubles (and favorite costume pieces and even that rope friendship bracelet) deserve a stylish place of honor in your home. This gorgeous box is one I'd love to see on my own dresser.
I love the idea of potted plants inside vintage wooden crates — or repurposing these wood crates as window boxes. Whether it's inside or out, a crate like this would make a cool display for plants.
Stackable boxes that can store anything from toys to pantry items, the cool colors of this product differentiate them from other storage boxes.
Go postal, but in the good way, with this canvas basket. These are still manufactured by the same company that has made them since 1921, so the rustic look is authentic, not contrived.
Elephants are my favorite animal, and this ceramic box from C. Wonder would be a darling addition to my desktop.
If you're going to have a romantic beachside cottage you gotta have a few nods to the nautical nature of it all. A tin crate with viking boat illustrations on all sides could be the perfect little stash for shells, pens and paper for when the moment strikes, matches for the evening fire or maybe...
Exotic animal prints, hide rugs and faux fur throws are trending. I love the look, but a little animal print goes along way. I love these faux pony nesting boxes and think they would look so chic in a modern office or eclectic living room.
This fabulous tub can be used to store books, magazines and bottles of wine when hosting a glamorous cocktail soirée.
This lovely silver leaf box topped with beautiful agate stone would be an elegant way to store tiny treasures.
Wishing for good fortune in 2013? This darling fortune cookie box stores tiny keepsakes and sits pretty as a display. I like to keep my good fortune where I can see it, so mine would sit on my desk.
There are such amazing details in these pretty green bone inlay boxes. The antique brass hardware is an extra nice touch.
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Vintage wooden storage boxes are extremely versatile and so easy to find when antique shopping. You can hang them on the wall as display shelves or keep them on a bar to corral bottles and glasses. There are so many ideas for these.
WIth its funky, bumpy texture, this fun little box is great for storing keys, change, paper clips, etc. You name it, it's hidden.
Storage worth showing off. Conceived by Bungalow 5's team of New York-based architects and designers in an iconic orange and brown palette, this trio of lacquered, lidded storage boxes can be sleekly stacked or nested when not in use. Includes three boxesOrange lacquerLargest box: 10.5'' W x 7...
Re-purposed vintage locker baskets will add new design and orgainization to your home or office. Extra sturdy with a solid galvanized All locker baskets have a numbered tag that reads FRANK D. COHEN.
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