29 modular desking Eclectic Storage & Closets Products
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!
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.
Ah, vintage paper ephemera, how I love thee. Gather up those pens and paperclips and tidy up your desk with this sweet box.
Voyage Trinket Box
These clever tiles from Design Glut are a fun way to stash kyes, candy, paperclips, you name it. Mount one on the wall near the back door, or an entire row in your office or playroom.
Chevron patterns are right on trend. This hand-painted porcelain box features a playful chevron pattern and would be perfect for storing jewelry.
This set of drawers is so versatile that you can use it everywhere from your office to the bathroom. The seagrass adds a layer of organic texture to whichever room you choose.
I always end up with small things that I need nearby when I work, but I have no real home for. These boxes would be perfect for that. I like that they come in a variety of sizes and colors, too — always good to add a splash of color to the scene.
Get a little extra storage out of this vintage modern wire basket. Whether you fill it with magazines or roll up extra towels in it, it will add big style to your room.Made of steel with a carved wooden handle.17.5" long x 10" wide x 13.5" high
Wire Market Basket
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.
SOLD***Naturally distressed showing the many years that this little chest lived its previous life as an Indian shopkeepers chest or children's desk. They would have originally used these authentic old wooden chests for keeping notes and records.
Pair of old meat lockers, open on one side and tops. I would put one on each side under a huge hunk of wood for a great desk, stack them and use them as open shelving, or use side by side with a slab of stone on top as a kitchen island.
The carefully guarded techniques of Venice artisans have been handed down directly from the ancient world, one generation of skilled hand-crafters to the next. The legendary fashion and textile designer Mariano Fortuny inspired these beautiful boxes. Each box is upholstered with luxurious Fortuny...
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