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This is a utility cart with wheels that can also work as a shoe rack. This is perfect for tall boots.
Are you one of those folks who is forever loosing your car keys? This key rack with a wonderful vintage feel would be a great place to park that spare set of car or house keys. The bronze hardware is such a great accent, too.
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.
Have you seen those clever folks who have added vintage ladders to their bathrooms in lieu of typical towel racks? Haven't gotten around to finding said ladder? Vivaterra's got you, and it's made from beautiful and sustainable Thai teak.
I'd hang this as an ode to my husband's home state of Pennsylvania, and it's a good personal touch. Plus, I find wall hooks helpful for organization in every room.
This Tvilum shoe storage is a minimalist, and its clean lines blend in well with any decor. Give the kids the lower drawers, and mom and dad can have the upper ones.
Twelve princesses needed their shoes mended each day after spending the previous night dancing them to pieces. These ladders would be a lovely way to display all of your dancing shoes.
I don't know about you, but I am always losing my keys and could benefit from a holder of some kind. This one comes with reclaimed wood slats and sturdy key hooks.
Add warmth and organization to your hallway with this organizational system. Hang your coat, keys and umbrella here while storing your mail and other odds and ends beautifully as well.
Vintage Ski Coat Rack
Oh, the endless possibilities of old wood crates — they're perfectly rustic for your outdoor space. I'd put potted herbs inside this lovely vintage one.
In my tiny apartment, I store shoes in a crate by the door. If I didn't have a crate already, this one would be perfect for the job.
Frame hangers are a fun way to hang special pictures from the wall. These are bound to get comments!
Crates make excellent storage: They're roomy, durable and versatile. They can also add a rustic, homey touch to a stark room. Use them for sporting gear, magazines, board games, kids' toys, recycling, firewood — the list goes on.
These whitewashed wood bins are just the thing I would expect to find in a New England home. They are perfect for storage and simple enough to use in any room.
Whitewashed Wood Bins
Generous wire hooks ready to hold anything and everything belong in an entryway, a studio, a garage or a bathroom.
These make such great display pieces for the wall or on a table. I love how they frame whatever special item you put inside and elevate it to a place of honor.
This pair of hooks has an industrial vintage modern look and will add character and extra storage to your wall.Made of stained wood, it features two shaped wire hooks12" wide x 4" deep x 8" high
Perfect little wood boxes are for keeping all kinds of notes and treasures. Scattering these about your home on desktops and tabletops will add some rustic charm and a place to hide little trinkets.
For kitchen pantries that are open and visible, wicker baskets are a great option for hiding clutter. You can even add chalkboard labels to the fronts to better keep track of items.
I'm pretty much obsessed with old wooden crates. While there are many to choose from when browsing on Etsy, I'm loving the white and blue graphics and text on this one. Wooden boxes and crates can be used to hold throw blankets, extra cushions, magazines, potted herbs, dishes — you name it!
Most sewing boxes these days are either garish plastic or totally granny style. A handcarved vintage timber sewing box such as this, on the other hand, is so beautiful you'll want to keep it out for show. Not much of a seamstress? Try it as a jewelry box.
Taking something vintage and giving it a new use makes your space so much more interesting. I love how much this piece would hold, and it is all right there and ready to use.
I'm always on the lookout for handsome hampers, which are woefully underrepresented in the world. These baskets would hold a load or two easily come laundry day, but they work for storing anything else as well.Made of rattan. Comes in three sizes: small (20"diam. x 16"h); medium (23"diam. x 17"h);...
Use this handsome row of hooks for coats, scarves, hats and umbrellas, or get creative and use it to display your necklaces within easy reach.Panel is crafted of cast iron with a bronze finish.Features 6 oversized hooks.Mounting hardware included.32" wide x 5" deep x 10" high
The crossbars on these crates are such a great detail. These would provide excellent storage for all the extra TP rolls in the bathroom.
Loose change, hair bands, work keys, chewing gum — it is often the smallest items that make the most mess, don't you think? Keep life's little necessities out of sight, but still close at hand, with an attractive storage box. Choose one as cute as this and no one will even notice that it conceals...
Here's a simple way to display your jewelry. This handmade rack features pretty branch hooks. You're more likely to wear your necklaces if you can see what you have.
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.
Every room needs at least one quirky piece — it gives the space personality. This wooden storage box would be perfect for holding paper clips and other office ephemera.
I'm not sure if you've ever looked, but it can be quite difficult to come across a wire basket as fantastic as this one by Smith & Hawken for Target. It even comes complete with a wood handle. The price is right, so grab a few — for the pantry, as wastebaskets, as decor or for entertaining.
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.
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