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Just as eating fruit can energize your body, displaying a brilliant bunch or bushel of fruit can enliven a room. This attractive citrus basket frames fruit beautifully, as it also inspires observers to make a healthy choice.
Alessi Citrus Basket
$180 Only 1 Left
Tier it up with these hanging baskets. Each is hand woven from sturdy Nito vine that can hold fruits and veggies in the kitchen or towels, soaps and other essentials in the bath.
3-Tier Hanging Basket in Rattan-Nito
$59.50 Only 5 Left
Felt may be an unexpected material for serving food, but these handy bread baskets are equally stylish and useful. They are dishwasher safe, food grade and beautiful to look at. The neutral top stitching makes them easy to pair with countless table accessories.
Used to collect seeds and veggies in the fields of Africa, these one-of-a kind woven baskets are useful works of art. Whether you hang yours on the wall or fill it with fruit from the farmer's market, your basket will quickly become a treasured heirloom. Each one is different, so you know you are...
African Woven Basket
$199 Only 2 Left
You’ll add instant charm to a kitchen island, console or tabletop with this unique basket. Made of iron with a rust finish to evoke a vintage vibe, it’s perfect for fruit or a flowerpot, or simply to prettify whatever everyday objects you toss in.
Vintage Oval Baskets-set of 2
$298 Only 6 Left
Shop the markets like never before with this beautifully crafted handwoven basket. Fill it with fresh veggies or create a display fruit on the tabletop. Featuring a high-walled, round Ghanaian structure, this green, white and black checkered tote exudes a beauty you can feel.
The distinctive character of handwoven baskets makes each one as unique as its weaver. Fill this beautifully crafted Ghanaian tote with fruit and flowers from the garden, or take it with you to the local farmer’s market. This high-walled, round tote features alternating patterns of red and purple...
Shop the markets like never before with this beautifully crafted handwoven basket. Filled with leafy kale and pink rhubarb or displaying fresh fruit on the tabletop, this Ghanaian tote exudes a beauty you can feel. This high-walled, round tote features alternating patterns of yellow bands and green...
Whether you have an ample amount of apples or an overabundance of oranges, this stylish basket for your kitchen holds your fresh fruit for all to enjoy. Your supply is displayed beautifully, as it peeks out from the intricate wire design.
Alessi "Spirogira" Wire Citrus Basket
$150 Only 6 Left
Whether it is bread or fruit, this stunning basket makes anything you put in it look good. Designed by Carlo Mazzeri and Anselmo Vitale, the stainless steel container has a refined, square shape that is modern and classic at the same time.
Alessi Square Basket
$40 Only 3 Left
Take your rolls, bread or biscuits uptown! In fact, this would do beautifully as a fruit basket. Or a hand towel basket. Or for just about anything else in your life that needs a facelift. No surgical procedures required.
Alessi Square Wire Basket
$135 Only 5 Left
Known for his wire work, designer Ufficio Tecnico Alessi has created the perfect citrus basket for your kitchen counter, in mirror polished stainless steel. This sleek receptacle will look so tasteful, filled with bright fruits from your garden or grocer.
Alessi Citrus Basket Medium
$130 Only 6 Left
These old wine crates with chalkboard fronts would be ideal to keep files or stacks of paper. I love that you can label and stack them in different ways to create interest.
Going blackberry picking? Everybody needs somethin' to put their berries in. Or apples. Or mushrooms (what? you don't forage for mushrooms?) or sticks for kindling, right? This one is stylish enough to wear or display.
The international icon for kids encircles this small basket creating a delightful, upbeat place to store your precious things. Leave your keys, fruit or other sundries in this colorful steel bowl designed by King-Kong.
Alessi "Girotondo" Basket Small
$42 Only 1 Left · More Colors
It’s a small world in basket form, the cutout children shapes surround the colorful pannier designed by King-Kong. Made of steel, these durable, fun receptacles can hold fruit, bread, mail, office equipment and even toys. Available in black, green, violet, orange and stainless steel, bet you can’t...
Alessi "Girotondo" Basket Medium
$55 Only 2 Left · More Colors
Maybe your garden includes some fruit trees. When the fruit comes into bloom use these wire baskets to collect your latest batch of peaches, plums or apricots.
In the event that I don't have room for a cabinet reserved for linens, I'd be content storing them in this vintage Southwestern basket. It'd also work well for holding fruit — although, when my fruit is out on the counter, I eat it in approximately five seconds.
These vibrant baskets are great for shopping at the market, storing kitchen goods, and even placed on the floor full of magazines. Hand woven in Ghana, your purchase will provide vital income to those who wove them.
As I've said before, I love a wire basket. I think they look great out in the open, so there is no need to hide them. These would be perfect in a kitchen, bathroom or home office.
I have an absolute love affair with the cardboard green originals, but these porcelain berry boxes are beyond adorable. My mind is racing with all the potential items I could store in these — not one of them is fruit.
These crates are great for storing veggies, fruit, snacks or anything you need to organize in the kitchen or elsewhere.
This great industrial-looking basket is softened by the pretty jute lining. I can see it in a kitchen holding fruit or tea towels.
Egg baskets are great to keep around the house. I also use them as bread baskets, or I put fruit in them and display it on the dining room table.
Wire Gathering Baskets
Use this pale yellow wire basket in your kitchen to house fresh fruit, dishes, mail or a stack of pretty tea towels.
These chrome baskets can add instant function in the kitchen, bathroom or even closet. Display fruits on your countertop, store rolled up towels in your bathroom or stash the kids' shoes in the closet.
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.
Spend your summer days out in the berry patches and take along these vintage balsa wood baskets to carry home all of your loot. The rustic patina of these baskets adds to the charm. You could also use them as organizers in the kitchen for holding fruit, spice jars or utensils.
These colorful handwoven baskets are perfect for holding small trinkets or fruit, or they can be displayed in clusters by themselves.
Rainbow Shield Baskets
I love the loose, scribbly look of this wire basket, with its playful relaxed vibe. Great for displaying fruit on a modern table.
A simple basket filled with seasonal fruit makes a good gift if you are being hosted for a weekend. These knit baskets are fun and unique.
These rustic wire baskets are inspired by potato baskets used on some farms. I could see a hundred uses for them, from storing wood by the fireplace to corralling toys in the living room to displaying a few fluffy towels in the guest bath.
If you don't have room for a whole hall tree, consider a smaller option like this mail and key rack for storing your bills and car keys.
I can't get enough of mixing in the industrial look, even in a kids' space. These baskets would be great for collecting blocks, stuffed animals or any other little things that need collecting.
Fruit baskets are the perfect kitchen accessory for spring. They have a hint of country farm nostalgia. These ombre baskets are larger so they can fit all kinds of goodies as Easter baskets as well.
Instead of the usual woven basket, why not a soft knit one? These from Ferm Living are made of hand-knitted 100 percent cotton rope and are available in three sizes and colors — yellow, petrol and charcoal. They're a great way to add warmth and texture in a modern home.
These have been on my organizational wish list for some time. They are great for a number of things, but I think they would be most happy housing gloves, hats and scarves.
I would use this lovely, very traditional basket for apple picking, or for just transporting a few extra items.
These resemble egg collecting baskets and are durable enough for egg hunts and other outdoor activities.
Rectangle Wire Baskets
Keep clutter contained by placing odds and ends in these vintage locker baskets. I'd sew a cloth liner to catch items small enough to fall through.
Gather eggs or store hand towels in this this rustic basket. It is a perfect harvest accessory, indoors or out.
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.
Autumn and apples just go together. This gorgeous basket would also look very autumnal filled with miniature pumpkins.
Wire Apple Basket