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I surely can't be the only one who would love pantry storage for Mother's Day, right? These transparent cubbies are just awesome for the kitchen or a playspace (picture them full of paint tubes and crayons).
Linus Pantry Binz
A bit of a splurge, but how cute is this doggy toy chest? Honestly, my Bostons would probably chew it up (I have to use a small wire-rimmed basket), but this would be a cute and clever spot to hide the pup's toys when company comes over. Or if you're packing for a road trip, why not use this to...
These practical baskets come in six great colors. One day I might actually color coordinate the clothing in my closet with color-coordinated storage baskets. And then again, one day I might clean my closet so that I can learn what color my clothing really is.
These lovely terra-cotta bowls are hand-thrown and -painted. Perfect for individual servings or to get your mise en its place, these are inspired by antique Portuguese quince bowls.
Forget that pesky IN/OUT box on your desk and hang this vintage modern catch-all rack instead. You can even file things in order of importance from 1 to 3!
This is one of my favorites from Smith and Hawken. I love the market feel and would use several for kitchen and bathroom storage. It's a great product and is very budget friendly for the consumer.
Don't you adore this storage piece with its versatility? From open shelving to drawers, this sturdy hardwood piece comes in several several colors with an option of painting the inner part a contrasting color.
Here is a sunshiny work horse for pretty much anywhere in your home. Use it in the early days of spring and moving into summer when you may need to corral anything from shoes to wet towels.
Yellow Storage Tub
This is such a cute enamel box! The laundry symbols on the front add a fun, whimsical touch, but the box could be used to hold dryer sheets, soap, clothespins or stain-removal sticks.
This Ikat-print party tub (a must for any party) is currently my favorite outdoor item and costs less than $20. You can't beat that!
This classic toy caddy makes clean up quick and easy. Your child will be drawn to this sleek design and easy grip handle, not to mention the firey red color and their own name on the side.
These lidded woven baskets with handles are a very pretty way to stash toys, books, games, DVDs, electronic equipment, and that pile of junk on the coffee table that needs to be hidden quickly when company comes over.
Kendal Large Lidded Tote
What a cute storage bin! Your kiddo will want to stay organized if his shelves are filled with cubes like this!
These lacquer boxes are just the thing to tie in your color scheme, not to mention they're great for storing bits and bobs.
Usually, you want to hide clothes hampers — they can be unattractive at times. This laundry basket is so clever and stylish, you may be tempted to leave it out in full view.
If you are a big fan of neon, like myself, this bookcase will not only fit any budget, but it will also satisfy your taste for color.
I'll take one of these for every room of my (future) house. Linens, dry goods, dishes, everything will look great in this storage cart. And there's a board on top for plants or anything else your heart desires.
This colorful 12-drawer mobile organizer is fun and practical. Store kids' art supplies in the pull-out drawers and then roll it under almost any table or desk. The chrome shelf on top can be used to store additional items too.
They do not list their products online, but Hafele has the best cabinet hardware out there, hands down. Just make sure you know how to convert millimeters.
These baskets are so pretty; they never get old. You could use it as a super nice laundry basket, as extra storage or just for decoration.
Keep a few scoops on hand for bulk items like flour, rice, or, if you've got a sweet tooth like me, candy.
Beech Spoons - Large
This had me at first glance. I love the clean look and truly am in awe of the magnetic broom attached to the side.
This library table is designed for holding books for easy access (and spine readability). Use it as intended, or transform it into shoe storage in the mudroom.
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.
This piece would work well in a playroom or even a shared home office. The cubbies are perfect for organizing books, toys and special keepsakes. And you will love putting it together without any tools!
With several color and size options available, the Trofast storage unit allows you to mix and match, creating customized storage for your kids' art supplies as well as projects in progress.
Items made from felt have a homespun element and remind me of my childhood. These storage boxes could be used in a boy's or girl's room to keep the clutter at bay.
Grey Felt Storage Box
Woven baskets can add wonderful texture to a space. This hand-woven lidded basket provides that texture while stowing away items neatly.
Simple and modern, this shelf unit would be a great way to add some extra storage space to a small kitchen or a small apartment. It could be used with baskets or boxes for smaller items. Shelves are adjustable.
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