I love using baskets to organize! They work great for magazines, firewood, blankets, cleaning supplies, and more. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites, below. It’s all about choosing the baskets that complement your home and express your style.
Coiled Rope Laundry Basket 1 of 10This basket from the Philippines is perfect for laundry.
Buy this for $79.00 at West Elm
Hideaway Storage Container 2 of 10If you live in a small space, this basket is the perfect solution for under the bed storage. It also works great for toy storage.
Buy this for $215.00 at Hable Construction
Collapsable Canvas Basket 3 of 10When you are not using this canvas basket, it can be collapsed and stored away.
Buy this for $19.99 at The Container Store
Handmade Paper Baskets 4 of 10This charming basket is made from recycled paper using a traditional Korean technique.
Buy this for $495.00 at Cloth and Goods
Yellow Floral Fabric Bin 5 of 10This fabric bin from Hable Construction works great to store anything from firewood to towels.
Buy this for $275 at Hable Construction
Sea Grass Baskets 6 of 10Organize your workspace with these handwoven sea grass baskets.
Buy this for $4.99-$6.99 at West Elm
African Basket 7 of 10Handmade in Ghana, this basket is traditionally used to carry goods to and from the market. Use it for trips to the farmer's market or to organize magazines or towels.
Buy this for $39.50 at Baskets from Africa
Pueblo Style Basket 8 of 10This handmade basket is made in the style of the Pueblo Indians. It would look lovely on a desk.
Buy this for $24.95 at Mission Del Ray
Galvanized Housekeepers Bucket 9 of 10Store all your cleaning supplies in this tin bucket and easily transport them from room to room as you clean.
Buy this for £28.00 at Labour and Wait
Natural Wood Basket 10 of 10Handmade in New England, this natural wood basket has leather handles. Store toys, towels, magazines, or gardening supplies in this charming basket.
Buy this for $60 at The New General Store
Top photo: The New General Store
Chelsea Fuss is a Prop Stylist and a Blogger based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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