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These beautiful sea grass baskets will add natural fibers to your room, as well as storage. If you can stand to, use it as a petite wastebasket.
As simple yet thoroughly appealing alternatives to the storage basket, these printed graphic sacks look good enough to display as empty vessels — and even better when mixed with other prints from the collection in varying sizes. How striking would a trio look on a white gloss or plank floor?
This pretty handmade basket with a lid for is perfect for the bathroom for hair items, brushes and jewelry.
This woven navy bin by Martha Stewart Living would be great as extra storage for anything from towels to blankets, books to shoes. I like that it has handles so that it can easily be carried from room to room.
Think of all the neon, flashing toys that could get hidden away in this beautiful basket. Extra large baskets are great for storing collections of items: stuffed animals, costumes, building blocks and even stinky sports equipment.
This handwoven wicker storage basket is so pretty you'll want to leave it out all the time. Whether you use it to tote laundry or corral your books and magazines, it will add texture and natural fibers to whichever room you choose for it.
This gorgeous basket from Bali will add a layer of exotic style to any room in your home. Also available in bright colors, this black and silver version will fit right into any contemporary room.
This is the bin I ended up going with for my under-bench storage project. Handles, a dark color, roomy dimensions — sold!
These canvas bins are my favorite. They are great for toy storage in a non-playroom. Best of all, they are functional and still pretty to look at.
Open Canvas Bins
I recently wrote about the versatility of wire baskets. Really, what can't these things be used for? Pick up a few and you're bound to find myriad good uses for them around your house.
Keep a pretty shopping basket at hand in your hallway for last-minute errands and grocery runs. You're more likely to remember it and save on plastic bags.
There is always a ball or something that needs to be caught. Metal baskets on wheels are the perfect catchalls for sports equipment or anything that manages to fill your garage or activity area.
Use vintage wire bins to store produce and other items. They're stylish enough that you don't need to hide them in a cupboard.
Here at Houzz, we're loving the needlework trend, and this storage basket is perfectly on trend. Great for corralling your magazines or keeping your recycling looking attractive until trash day.
Storage boxes and totes keep miscellaneous items looking nice and neat in the pantry, laundry room and all over the house.
Flax Eyelet Tote
The soft muted colors of this basket are so calming. Even with the intricate details and patterns, it is still so easy to look at. It is just designed enough that is isn't loud or overbearing, the perfect piece to add to any room for a bit of a global touch.
I've walked by Harvest Home and drooled over these reproduction Chinese peasant rice basket many times. Wouldn't they be great as magazine holders? They come in different colors, but this "sage" one is my favorite. (It's really as blue as it looks. Who named it "sage" anyway?)
Here is a vintage wire egg basket that would look just as nice storing fruit, veggies or a small collection of, say, antique wooden spools.
If you're a gardener, you may have seen these little baskets. They are perfect for rinsing off squash, tomatoes and other veggies before bringing them in from the garden. I think they would make wonderful gifts for anyone who loves to garden.
Gather eggs or store hand towels in this this rustic basket. It is a perfect harvest accessory, indoors or out.
A family room always needs baskets and bins to hold books, toys and other clutter. Why not make it stylish with a vintage linen sack basket?
I like the hint of red peeking through this natural and charcoal gray basket. It would be a nice storage spot for extra blankets, pillows or even magazines in the living room.
Makaua Large Basket
These handmade baskets are a great price and are made to work in damp environments. I also like that they can be hung on the wall by the handles.
Designed to reduce energy costs dramatically, the U-Socket's 5-star energy efficient design auto-senses the required wattage and only outputs full power if something is connected. This USA-made product can also be installed by the do-it-yourselfer!
Perfect for corralling laundry supplies like linen spray, stain remover and soap, this wire basket makes for a pretty display. Even with rolled towels, stacked hangers, mesh bags, etc., these are an all-around perfect storage solution.
These Carry-All Grid Baskets are lifesavers. I gather all the loose items throughout the house and return them back to where they belong.
I'm not sure if you've ever looked, but it can be quite difficult to come across a wire basket as fantastic as this one by Smith & Hawken for Target. It even comes complete with a wood handle. The price is right, so grab a few — for the pantry, as wastebaskets, as decor or for entertaining.
This lovely seagrass basket is good for concealing clutter or serving as a wastepaper basket. It will add a layer of natural texture to any room in your home.
Hampton Black Basket
These baskets make the perfect accessory for your living space. Fill them with magazines or throws in the bedroom or the living room to add extra storage. This one is also available in pink, yellow and turquoise.
Whitewashed Large Basket
Give your visitors a place to keep their belongings in order and at hand. You can get these baskets in different sizes to use as sections in your dresser or in the bathroom, or you can use them as laundry baskets.
Baskets have come a long way in the last 10 years, and we all know how great baskets are for storing items out of the way. Pretty baskets like these are a plus.
Soft yet durable, these felt bins can be used to store just about anything that needs to be tidied away — think papers, toys and odds and ends.
I can picture this orange wire basket filled with birch logs beside a fireplace. I love mixing rustic and modern!
I love this basket simply because of its classic picnic-baskety shape. And when picnic season ends, you could store anything in it, or keep it in your car stocked with roadside essentials.
Julia Lined Baskets
Opt for a handwoven jute basket to de-clutter your space. Store your cushions, blankets, books and magazines in this decorative basket with a real Scandinavian feel.
Handwoven Jute Basket
These Vintage French Oyster Baskets are from the '30s or '40s and add just a subtle splash of color to home storage.
I love me a wire basket! This would look so cute in an entryway welcoming the daily mail or newspaper.