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I love these boxes. I have used a few in my office, and the larger ones are perfect for stashing things in my kids' closets on the top shelf. The price is right and low, so you can get several of them.
Add sparkle and shine to your dresser with a mirrored jewelry box. This one from West Elm is both pretty and functional, two of my favorite things.
Every room needs at least one quirky piece — it gives the space personality. This wooden storage box would be perfect for holding paper clips and other office ephemera.
Clear storage boxes can be used for so much more than just clothes and shoes — use them to store your kids' art supplies. They're affordable, modular and practical. They can also be used to store other items if your kids lose interest in art down the road.
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...
A Louis Vuitton Steamer Trunk under a Christmas tree? No way. Pop a glass top on top of this superb trunk in monogram canvas, and you have yourself a super chic coffee table. This trunk is sure to add flair and luxury to any home.
We can't talk storage without a mention of Ikea, can we? This trio is the perfect way to add some natural texture to a stark bathroom. Stash your hair ties, spare toiletries and other bits and bobs out of sight.
This gorgeous etched wooden box has a sort of campy and eclectic feel to it that I love. It would be great for a nightstand or side table to hold baubles and change.
I love the idea of a tall stack of pastel boxes in a room, like a candy-colored sculpture of organization. This system is a great way to fill an awkwardly empty, narrow space while hiding clutter. It also makes the office a bit more fun. If pastels aren't your thing, you can be safe with the...
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.
Stow away pillows, extra bedding or dirty clothes in this rattan trunk placed at the end of the bed.
This metal storage container feels like an antique passed down from family. I want it to house old journals I have written in, or even my favorite books.
On top of a dresser or bedroom chest, a set of boxes is a must. Perfect for storing jewelry, makeup, pins or any other tiny odds and ends that seem to accumulate in a bedroom, these boxes would blend with any decor.
I use fabric baskets to hold all of my scarves and socks, and I certainly wouldn't mind replacing my worn-out ones with something more durable and classic like these boxes.
When I visited one of the most stylish people I know, Interior Designer Vanessa De Vargas, she had this snazzy little Jonathan Adler box on her perfectly arranged coffee table and it's made me want one ever since.
Crafted out of recycled canvas and leather, these trunks make for handsome storage containers in any room.
I have a bit of a thing for Victorian advertising illustrations and white storage boxes, so this box makes me happy. Place it on your nightstand or by your kitchen sink to keep your rings safe overnight, or while you're doing the dishes.
OK, so it's not cheap, but this stunning mother-of-pearl inlay box is a real feature piece and will become a family heirloom. It's perfect on a dressing table for your precious jewels, or on a dining room sideboard for grandma's fancy cake forks and napkin rings.
Preppy is a quintessential American style. This little box brings a dose of patriotic flair to any room.
Geek love: What would we do without it? The words, "I choose you" are inscribed on the inside, and it can hold your ring for years to come.
These boxes are so useful and very generously sized. I keep holiday mementoes, tourist leaflets and postcards in mine. The attractive map design on the outside of the box makes it perfect for having out on display on a shelf.
Nope, these aren't real stone boxes. They are lined with marbled paper, but don't you love their color, pattern and whimsical nature?
My daughter has several of these under-the-bed rolling storage tubs to keep items like Barbies and dress-up clothes neatly organized and out of sight when not being used.
This factory storage box would work in many places. I could see it in a child's room or playroom, or even in a garage to catch those extra things that tend to pile up.
Loose change, hair bands, work keys, chewing gum — it is often the smallest items that make the most mess, don't you think? Keep life's little necessities out of sight, but still close at hand, with an attractive storage box. Choose one as cute as this and no one will even notice that it conceals...
I am crazy about this hex-shaped enamel box by Jonathan Adler. It would be a stylish way to store keys on a table at the entry to a home.
Sometimes, all you really need for storage is a bin or trunk like this woven option. You can store your items out of sight but keep them close by.
These stacking boxes could be used for myriad storage needs, but I like them as a thoroughly modern jewelry box. Now if I only had a little more to put in there!
Tower of Boxes
Keep your love letters, valuables or special keepsakes safe and hidden away in one of these gorgeous hollow books.
This neutral rattan trunk from Pier 1 is a natural beauty with seven cubic feet of storage hidden away.
I know this vintage stacking tray was originally used in an office, but wouldn't it be a fun way to serve cupcakes? You could place the napkins and plates on the bottom tray and fill the top two trays with the cupcakes. And it would make transporting everything easy.
A box that resembles a stack of books — how clever is that? I love the red and white details. It would be a perfect addtion to any bookshelf.
When decorating, I'm always conscious that it's my husband's home, too. My dressing table is one place I give myself permission to be as girly as I like. This glamorous mirrored jewelry box would be a great addition.
Red cardboard suitcases can be used as decor or as cases for treats, craft supplies or party favors. Use them for storage after the party's over.
I am always on the lookout for stylish boxes like these for keys and remotes. This set comes in gold, silver or white.
Ming Boxes, Silver
If you have a lot of areas where your storage is prominently displayed, you want to make sure the boxes themselves are worth displaying. These German wool storage boxes are more beautiful than what I would use them to store — which is probably why I should be storing those things in the first place.
These boxes look perfect on a bedside table and are a beautiful way to display small treasures like seashells or stones.
Originally intended for your closet, these functional and stylish boxes provide the extra storage — and the pop of color — you need throughout your home.
Navy Marten Closet Boxes
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