Baskets Containers

Cubist Wall Shelf

Here’s a nice little collection of shelves for keeping things just within reach in the kitchen or above one’s desk.

Purchase Information:

Price: $199
Available from: CB2

Vincent Van Duysen Ceramic Containers

I’m loving these wood and earthenware storage containers by Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen.

Available in 4 colors, with varying height and lid thickness.

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Price: $225-$325
Available from: Belkina

Bow Bin

Plastic bins are rarely something to be admired, but in the case of this collection, added wickerwork makes for an altogether different breed of basket. Produced by the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines (via fair trade NGO Preda) and designed by Cordula Kehrer, each bin is made from sustainably harvested rattan and reclaimed bins.

Available for pre-order.
Approximate ship date: 9/15/2011

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Price: $36.00 - 48.00
Available from: Areaware

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David Stark Rope Bowl

And, I think I just found the perfect place to put my wallet, keys and cell phone when I come home.

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Price: $34.00
Available from: West Elm

Pail by Monika Piatkowski

A felt bucket, you say? Why would you need that? Well, it’s wonderfully soft and you could fill it with magazines, papers, knitting, toys, so on and so forth. It would be great for toting things up and down the stairs or to and from the car.


Purchase Information:

Price: £75.00
Available from: Theo

MIO’s Pop-Up Basket

Get this, this flat-packed steel basket can be stretched to whatever height you want. So, in its shortened size, it’s a small basket for odds and ends; in its heightened size it could be an umbrella stand or recycling bin or whatever else you can think of. There’s also a Bicycle Pop-Up Basket ($75) that looks like it’d be pretty handy to have as well. (Image shown below.)

Designed by Jaime Salm and Brian Kelly, manufactured by MIO.
Laser-cut, powder coated steel.
18″l x 13″w x 14″h


Purchase Information:

Price: $65.00
Available from: 2Modern

Telephone Wire Baskets

Recycled telephone wire is hand woven into some surprisingly bright-yet-traditional patterned baskets. Known as izimbenges, these baskets were originally crafted from hand-dyed grass using techniques passed down from generation to generation. Might make an interesting accent piece for your home or a special gift for a friend or family member.

Made in South Africa from recycled telephone wire.

Medium, 11.5″ diameter, $175.00
Large, 15″ diameter, $295.00

Purchase Information:

Price: $175.00
Availability: Buy Telephone Wire Baskets here

Nest Wall Shoe Rack

Oh, how this would kick-start the very large ‘to-do’ of getting all the shoes sorted and organized…the only caveat is available wall space in the dressing area (if you have it, you’re a lucky duck, if not, I sympathize with you).

by j-me
Dimensions: H 40.3 x W 15 x D 19 cm
Also available: Nest Floor Shoe Rack, £ 95.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: £75.00
Availability: Buy Nest Wall Shoe Rack here

Floppy Basket

The picture is self-explanatory, of course, so there’s no need for descriptive phrases, but as far as flattery, this little basket has me itching to tidy up my office space (though I’d need more than one for that).

Design by Josh Jakus for FUZFARM
Small – 9″ x 6″ x 3″ – $28.
Large – 15″ x 10″ x 4″ – $48.

$28.00, Buy it here.

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Price: $28.00
Availability: Buy Floppy Basket here

Chronicle Baskets

Paper baskets aren’t new to the scene, but the shape and texture of these certainly stand out from the crowd.

Chronicle baskets add a colorful textural element to any room. Rolled newspaper is stitched together to create each unique container. Perfect for storing throws or other soft items, or as a clever recycling bin.

Small: 15″ dia. x 13″ h.

$40.00-$80.00, Buy it here.

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Price: $40.00-$80.00
Availability: Buy Chronicle Baskets here

entryway organizer

Here’s a perfectly sized organizer for entryway or dresser/closet/nightstand top.

soft black foam tray holds cell phone, money, and keys in one convenient and easy to reach spot
handy catch all perfect for any entryway, desk, or tabletop

5″w x 0.5″d x 9″l

$14.95, Buy it here.

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Price: $14.95
Availability: Buy entryway organizer here

Code Basket

I love these Code baskets by Ola Wihlborg; the larger size would be perfect for wood storage (as shown). (Too bad it’s not more affordable or I would say it’d be the best freaking laundry basket out there.)

colors: white or dark gray
material: lacquered steel

size: 16.5″ x 12″, $ 510.00, Buy it here.
size: 8.4″ h x 11.2″w, $199.00, Buy it here.
(these seem to be the medium and small, search of larger size continues)

Purchase Information:

Price: $510.00
Availability: Buy Code Basket here

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Leather Baskets

These baskets run no risk of being ordinary; their architectural forms would look just as good empty as with something in them.

“This design is created from strips of soft leather, woven and stitched to form a flexible basket with an architectural quality.”

Orange Basket, €159, $244 (approx)
Red Basket, €164, $252 (approx)
Black Basket, €147, $226 (approx)

Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $226
Availability: Buy Leather Baskets here

Folding Crate

How handy are these?

When collapsed, our Folding Crate is compact enough to hide away in the car trunk or between the washer and dryer. But when expanded, its large capacity defies all logic! Made of heavy-duty plastic and reinforced with metal pins for greater strength, multiples can be stacked securely atop one another and are perfect for carting groceries or sports equipment. It’s durable enough for heavy items, but light enough for kids to carry their toys.

reg. $14.99 $11.99 ea,
Buy it here.

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Price: $14.99
Availability: Buy Folding Crate here

Rubber Tubs, Pots and Tote

These containers are made from discarded tires that are hand-cut and hand-sewn into a multi-use vessel indoors or out. They’d be perfect as a planter, carrying container, or just act as a holdall for miscellany.

“Americans alone toss out about 300 million tires every year. The big thinkers of the world are working on creative ways to reuse this vast quantity of rubber – ideas include mixing ground-up tires with urethane to create sidewalks or burning them like coal to produce energy. Meanwhile, some designers are thinking a little smaller. With the large Rubber Tote, discarded tires are hand-cut and hand-sewn into a vessel that can be used indoors or out as planter for a small tree, carrying container, space for gardening supplies or anything else that can benefit from solidly constructed storage. Modeled on ancient leather-crafting techniques, these durable containers are each unique and offer a functional alternative to the landfill. Not guaranteed to be watertight. Made in Egypt.”

Small Rubber Tubs (Set of 6): H 14″ Diameter range 8″-17″, $320.00, Buy it here.

Rubber Tote: H 13″ Diameter 21″, $75.00,
Buy it here.

Rubber Flower Pots (Set of 3): H 10″ Diameter 8″/9″/10″, $110.00
Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $320.00
Availability: Buy Rubber Tubs, Pots and Tote here

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