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You're a take charge kind of person — now if only you could do that with your closet. Here’s your chance with these chic sweater bins made of solid bamboo and durable black leatherette. Stack your jeans, sweaters and T-shirts without them tipping over, and reclaim your closet and your sanity.
Sometimes a simple open box is the perfect storage solution throughout the house. Whether you're filling it with extra guest towels, linens or even magazines, a chic bamboo and leatherette box will do the trick. Move it from room to room, depending on the need, or keep it tucked in a closet for...
Bamboo Open Storage Box
Hooked on modern design? This sleek wall hook is shaped like a butterfly and made of a chrome-plated alloy, sure to make your modern organization dreams take flight. It will hold coats, robes, hangers, hand towels and — most of all — your attention.
Alessi "Marli" Wall Hook
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This is the perfect accessory to add to that modern entryway. Sleek, slim and oh-so-chic, this coat rack shapes-up a cluttered entry in a hurry. I could also see this used in a modern, spa-like master bathroom.
These are a favorite of mine due to the color possibilities. I'd love to use these on a fun bookshelf in a kid's room, or in a bathroom to store towels.
This zigzag set of wall hooks would be a unique way to display towels in a bathroom. I love the shape, the zinc material and the vintage vibe of this piece.
Create a colorful place for guests to hang swimsuits and towels. I am in love with these colorful driftwood hooks.
Antique industrial style works really well with cottage style. A vintage wire basket like this one would look great storing everything from a stack of tea towels to a collection of old paperbacks.
Are you having guests over? Place extra towels or magazines in this as a bedside storage option. Your guests will feel right at home.
I like when products are both unique and functional. Wouldn't it be fun to hang your towels on these cool anchor and whale tail hooks?
Keep those towels, robes, purses, etc. off of the floor. And this one works great if you don't want to drill holes in your doors!
A row of wall hooks keeps hats, coats, sweaters, scarves, towels and robes up off the floor so that you can do more, you know, walking instead of tripping. That's always nice.
This cheeky saucepan looks like it went right through the wall. Use it for your aprons or tea towels.
This great industrial-looking basket is softened by the pretty jute lining. I can see it in a kitchen holding fruit or tea towels.
This mesh basket would be a fun place to store the beach towels we like to have readily available during the summer.
Since this recycled steel leaf hook is wax-rubbed, it provides a natural barrier against moisture, making it the perfect hook for outdoors. Mount a few on your deck or patio next to your hot tub and hang your towel or robe nearby, making getting out that much easier!
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.
I would use this gorgeous Grapevine basket in a bathroom and fill it with plush towels or bath products.
Used alone or in a series, the Dillion hook from Restoration Hardware is a great option for hanging towels in the bathroom.
A trip to a French market wouldn't be complete without your French Market Basket. These are so versatile and look great on display in a bathroom for guest towels or in a guest bedroom to store blankets and throws.
French Market Basket
This wire basket is the perfect catch-all for magazines in the living room, fabric swatches in a craft room or clothing in a bedroom. I love the look of wire baskets in an industrial loft and this great design and price is no exception.
Collapsible Wire Basket
Rather than having piles of magazines or towels, use one of these striped baskets to keep your space organized. These versatile pieces would work in most any room of the home.
Keep In Peck Wall Hooks
These handmade hooks from Live Wire Farm give such a great organic and rustic feel. Such an easy way to add seriously woodsy charm!
The white uneven bars would add great texture to plain white walls or a great pop to colorful walls.
These baskets are both practical and pretty! They have vintage character and make it fun to organize all of your things, making yourself feel a little more pampered at home.
The Provence Market Basket will having your dreaming of fabulous French markets. Use this strong, sturdy basket to add texture to a space while it holds your magazines or books.
I've seen the spitting image of these baskets selling for at least twice the price. I'd stock up on these as, in my experience, you can always use more of them around the house.
Put these behind your back door or in your bathroom. With a simple design and just enough detail to be exposed, they make great catchalls.
Own a classic piece of American history thanks to OldTimePickers on Etsy. This vintage Sealtest milk crate not only has a fascinating story, but it's incredibly useful as a unique (and incredibly durable!) storage bin.
A great mix of rustic and contemporary style, the Twig coat hook by Studio Liscious is an elegant solution to a hallway muddle of coats, bags, hats and such — whether you live in the country or in the city.
This sea stone wall hook brings nature inside. Its elegant and organic form is perfect for the bath, entryway or kitchen.
Calligraphy is near and dear to my heart, so I would love to put something on my walls that reminds me of it!
Scribble Coat Rack
Don't have the space for a full coat stand? Never fear! You are not destined to have piles of jackets draped over every surface near the door. Opt for a wall-mounted coat rack or, better yet, a compact multihook fixture like this one to keep your cold-weather gear off the floor and in one...
I'd love to see this shabby chic basket filled with some magazines and sitting beside this floral chair.
I love secret storage. You can hide all kinds of ugly when you've got a box with a lid. Earphones, papers you don't want to deal with, hand creams, nail files — all those little odds and ends that keep your nightstand untidy finally find a streamlined home in these sea grass boxes.
I love baskets, because there are so many great uses for them. Holding bath towels, beach towels, toys, magazines and shoes — take your pick!
My favorite part of the summer games was the swimming. For any swim moms, here's a hook rack to help keep the entryway neat while showing off your team spirit.
Warm metals are in. This rustic piece would be great next to a fire pit or in a bathroom as a wastebasket.
Using an unconventional container for storing things can add some fun to a room. I like the idea of using this metal basket to store a stack of old books with matching bindings.
This fun rabbit hook would be perfect for any room in the house. I would use it in my foyer to hang up the kids' jackets and backpacks.
Take any basket you have around the house and fill it with warm blankets. Place the basket next to the fireplace.