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Stackable boxes that can store anything from toys to pantry items, the cool colors of this product differentiate them from other storage boxes.
I am a sucker for monograms and just love this personalized trinket box! The chic lucite top comes in endless colors and patterns. It's perfect for a home office and would make a great gift.
If you want storage to hide something (let's face it, kid's toys aren't usually the prettiest), then these gray baskets with lids are great. I love the unexpected yet neutral color.
Grey Gabriella Trunks
Make like a sailor and keep a few well-loved treasures inside this box, then use as display — after all, the outside is far to lovely to hide.
We love how these Orange Amac Boxes from The Container Store look while stacked or standing alone, providing a splash of color to the office space.
Orange Amac Boxes
These boxes are just wonderful. I love that they are art all on their own, but can be used to highlight something special as well.
This lovely silver leaf box topped with beautiful agate stone would be an elegant way to store tiny treasures.
A sweet decoupaged trinket box is perfect for storing your treasured souvenirs or handy travel accessories.
Mappemonde Trinket Box
If you're renting (like me), then impermanent storage options are a must. This is an idea from my sister: Stack vintage crates or other wooden boxes on their sides to create a shelf. It'll hold anything and everything for the kitchen.
Maybe use these to collect the recyclables. I think it's fitting to collect recycling with a recyclable container. And these are affordable storage too.
A charming brass cricket box can house trinkets or other objects of desire. I love the brass cutouts and little bun feet.
Sit these boxes on a tall dresser in a kids' room for high-style toy storage. They come for a great price and would work to store both Matchbox cars and costume jewelry. Both daughter and son can be happy with these in their bedroom.
Vintage things are always the coolest. Use this as a coffee table, and your living room will be sufficiently blinged out.
I'm loving this unique container for storing everything from books and magazines to rolls of paper. It even folds to custom sizes.
Trunks are great for storage in the wintertime for extra blankets and throws. I'd add these in the guest room for an unexpected pop of shine!
Set of 3 Embossed Silver Trunks
These retro suitcases would look great beside a girl's bed. You can use them for decor and storage at the same time.
Retro Flower Suitcases
Maximize your home's storage capacity by taking advantage of the (often lost) space under your bed. These rolling drawers will help you do so in a practical and organized way.
OK, I am totally obsessed with this lovely brass anchor box. Isn't it fabulous? Perfect for resting on a pile of books or magazines and keeping little things safe.
You might have already noticed I have a thing for apple-shaped containers. Well, here's another for me to covet. Priced on sale at about $15, it's as affordable as it is adorable.
The Big Apple
I love the idea of picking out my own design for a personalized Lucite box. Use the boxes for makeup, decorative items or storage in your kitchen.
I am not usually a fan of modifying antique trunks from their original states, but in this case, I will make an exception. This French trunk covered in an antique paisley tapestry would look smashing at the end of a bed or in the entryway.
I need something with clean looking lines to dump all the toys I want out of plain sight when not in use. This simple bin comes to the rescue!
APA Storage Box
Look closely and you can see the botanical images created from vintage wallpaper in these jewelry boxes. I love their vintage feel and think that my jewelry would be real happy sitting in here.
I love the simplicity of this wire basket/tray. The utilitarian look would be right at home in an office area.
Chevron patterns are right on trend. This hand-painted porcelain box features a playful chevron pattern and would be perfect for storing jewelry.
Colorful and stackable, Glis storage containers are a great option for organizing all those little crafting supplies.
GLIS Box with lid
These faux shagreen boxes are affordable and so chic. Hide your treasures in them, and display them on your bookcase.
These crates are great for storing veggies, fruit, snacks or anything you need to organize in the kitchen or elsewhere.
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.
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.
Brightly colored storage boxes are a favorite of mine. They look so beautiful stacked on a bookshelf or dresser, and when covered in a pattern, they offer a pop of color that livens up a space. These jewelry boxes are perfect for the bedroom and would make a lovely gift.
There are such amazing details in these pretty green bone inlay boxes. The antique brass hardware is an extra nice touch.
Sometimes adding more color and dimension to your space is as easy as adding some simple accessories to your bookshelves. These storage boxes will help get you a bit more organized and bring in the color you're craving.
Color and storage combine in this simple and well-constructed box. Perfect for tucking away essential odds and ends.
Taking something vintage and giving it a new use makes your space so much more interesting. I love how much this piece would hold, and it is all right there and ready to use.
It's nice to have a few attractive containers on hand in a kids' craft space. Whether you use them to hold supplies or still-in-progress works of art, you'll be happy to have the extra storage.
This is a fun little piece that will add just a bit of Lucite to your space. I use one as an end table, but it would make a great extra seat too.
I love these tin slide boxes! The artistry is elegant, and the boxes can be filled with whatever your hostess chooses. I think they would make a great gift and a beautiful statement in a home.
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