233 library chair Storage & Closets Products
This hand-woven oval organizing wicker basket offers the toting space you need for your mobile office - or even a long car ride with the kids. Made from strong, flexible chair cane and finished with sturdy woven handles, it's the perfect portable storage solution. Store files, household or garden...
Oval Organizing Wicker Basket with Utility Pockets
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Do you have some lawn chairs you want to get off the floor? Maybe you can't figure out how to stow those ski poles? Our 7.5" single hook provides extra length for multiples and items that need storage depth
Single Hook, 7.5"
This hand-woven organizing wicker basket is made from strong, flexible chair cane, a rattan vine found in tropical countries throughout the world. Sturdy woven handles with braided microfiber leather covers allow for easy portability. In natural color with a denim liner that boasts multiple utility...
Organizing Wicker Basket with Utility Pockets, Small
$24.50 · Only 2 Left
These decorative wall hooks are a great way get coats and hats off chairs and counter tops. Made of cast iron, this piece features a bull with extra long horns for you to hang things on. It measures 10 1/2 inches long, 4 3/4 inches tall, 4 inches deep and has a lovely rust colored patina. It is...
This is our most popular hook! Designed to hold several tools at once to conserve space and keep your walls organized.
If you can score an entire lot of matching vintage crates, create a wall grid with them for one eye-catching storage piece. I love the idea of storing your shoes in these wood crates — the solution would look neat in a mudroom. UK shop Bailey Home & Garden sells these vintage crates, but they're...
If your home doesn't have built-in storage, but you don't want to purchase something that's only functional, opt for a trunk. This large truck is a wonderful place to store blankets, holiday decorations and more.
Craft projects, kids' toys and library books are all things that can easily get strewn around and misplaced. Keep them together (and portable) with these multipurpose canvas totes.
Short on storage? A unique basket makes a good catchall for any and all "stuff." This one would fit in perfectly on top of a library bookcase or on top of kitchen cabinets. You could also fill it with towels or toilet paper and put it in the bathroom.
Give each school-aged child their own basket to keep homework, journals, library books and teacher communications organized.
This basket is awesome for markets, as well as picnics, library jaunts and more. Plus, it collapses for easy storage.
From farmer's market to library trips, or maybe just up and down the stairs, anyone would gladly find many uses for these collapsible baskets.
Reclaimed wood is also magnificent on a smaller scale. I would love to hang this reclaimed wood and railway spike coat rack in my mudroom.
These boxes are great for storing odds and ends that you don't need to access everyday, but like to have readily available. I like to use mine for family photos and cards received for holidays, birthdays, etc.
Canvas Storage Boxes
Keep In Peck Wall Hooks
Utilize the space you see — and the space you don't. This basket makes wonderful storage for under the bed, but it is also pretty enough to be visible. You can use it under a chair or couch too.
I'd love to see this shabby chic basket filled with some magazines and sitting beside this floral chair.
When I am organizing, I find that I can't ever have too many bins, boxes and storage containers. These unique and attractive wood crates also come with bright orange casters and handles, making them easy to transport.
I always end up with small things that I need nearby when I work, but I have no real home for. These boxes would be perfect for that. I like that they come in a variety of sizes and colors, too — always good to add a splash of color to the scene.
This is an ideal storage basket. It is neutral in color and the perfect size to put in the corner, next to a chair or under a table. It can hold throws, wood for the fireplace or even boots when you come in from outside.
Nesting boxes are multi-purpose design elements. They're fantastic for storage but can also be used stacked decoratively in a corner or on a shelf. Stack them next to a chair for an eclectic side table.
Instead of tossing your coats and scarfs over the nearest chair, consider these wall mounted rings instead. Functional wall decor is always in style.
This is the jewelry box for lovers of Lucite and color. A series of tiny containers inside one large clear box keeps all of your treasures contained yet still visible. And there's room to add a second layer of boxes, or just a few as needed.
Nomess Moma Box
Baskets are great catchalls for magazines, newspapers and books. This basket would work great in both traditional and modern reading rooms.
I love the quite elegance of the numbered pullout drawers. This would be great in an entry way, mudroom or even kitchen pantry.
This Japanese-inspired shoe rack brings a subtle Asian flair to the entryway. I love multifunctional pieces, like this one that you can use it as a bench too. It would look cute with Japanese pillows.
Seems everyone needs more storage these days. These canvas storage boxes are a great way to create storage that you won't mind showing off. I like the look of these stacked up, but you can use them individually, as well.
I'm such a fan of baskets, especially those made of natural materials. They add texture to any space and are great for storage and organization.
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.
Instead of hanging real animal heads on the wall, hang these geometric animal forms that take a more modern approach. I wouldn't dare hang a coat or scarf on a real buffalo head, but I'd definitely do so to these forms. I'm totally in love with the orange color too! I want to buy one for my kitchen...
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