16 pretend children kitchen Storage & Closets Products
This thin rail displays notes, photos and all sizes and shapes of paper in an organized, clean fashion. No tape, no thumbtacks, no magnets, no adhesives. A simple flick of the wrist fits the paper securely in place. Lift the paper and the rail releases the document without any blemish to the page....
This small white-painted wood birdhouse hook is a sweet addition to a kid's room. I could do a whole ideabook on birdhouses!
Yes, I would love to store my wool yarn in this cute metal box. I'll even pretend that I learned how to knit that one time.
Polder Metro Red Bin
I love the idea of using this wire curtain hanger, along with the matching Dignitet curtain clips, to hang your children's artwork across a playroom wall. It's such a fun way to showcase all those kindergarten creations while adding color and style to your room.
Dignitet Curtain Wire
These state hanging hooks are great for a children's room to hang their jackets or dress-up clothes. Or use in kitchen to hang brooms and cleaning supplies.
This modern curtain rod system is perfect for displaying children's artwork. It installs in a snap, and your children will love clipping up their masterpieces for all to see.
Dignitet Curtain Wire
Featuring containers in numerous shapes and sizes, metal hooks, and clips, Dorothee Becker's Uten.Silo (1969/1970) is perfect for organizing offices, kitchens, workshops, bathrooms and children's rooms. The German designer set out to create a practical and versatile storage solution – inspired by a...
Are you looking for colorful baskets that are strong and durable? Sick and tired of cheap baskets made of plastic that instead of adding to your home make it uglier. Well, these metal baskets in 3 assorted colors might just take your fancy. Perfect for many things from storing things in the kitchen...
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.
Originally designed for children, the Hang-It-All is now considered at home in places where adults work and play, too.
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.
This uniquely styled storage piece features the vintage look of antique wire-ware in modern day colors. Use for fruits and vegetables in the kitchen or soaps and lotions in the bath. Baskets are stackable.
Distinctively shaped with a sinuous design on the floor of the set, these rust colored metal catch alls can keep magazines and catalogues in check until you have time to leisurely peruse each one. Stand up handles make it easy to move the baskets to your chaise longue.
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