Wicker storage chest are inexpensive, light weight, attractive and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, most of which are excellent storage. Use wicker containers adapted or designed to corner papers in a home office or toys in playroom. Out of box for a handy place to store your things. Wicker goes well with most of kitchen, but it looks especially at home in a casual kitchen or country. A wicker basket will slide to right in less than a counter or cupboard to organize piles of kitchen towels or nested containers. Place a linen or cotton towel inside a wicker basket and dump onions and garlic bulbs into it during dry storage.
wicker containers with handles or clippings will hold junk that will not fit anywhere else – just like mismatched cup mugs used once a year for hot cider on Thanksgiving, or odd kitchen utensils that rarely They make it to counter, but very useful at times. Wicker storage chest baskets have shape of an “L” and sit on a step at bottom or top of ladder. Throw things at them that are on wrong floor. Each time you head up, grab basket and distribute its contents to appropriate places. Then set basket on last step and refill with items that belong to ground floor.
Over time, everything will end up where it belongs, and your house will be as finished as you are now after all that stair step by step. Weavers, weavers and crochet craftsmen have a lot of bits and bobs that roll under sofa or pile up on a side table and without a place to be. Stashing them deep into bottom of a closet means you do not remember them when you need pure blue or pure alpaca wool. Roll balls and stack them in wicker baskets in a craft corner instead. They look interesting and colorful and content provides inspiration whenever you take a look at them.
No more chasing balls of yarn dust in closet frame. You can stack baskets on shelves or simply stack them against a wall for easy access. Hang an old wicker storage chest basket on wall in corridor for mail. Split it in two with a raft wood panel for incoming and outgoing mail. Or use a couple of baskets on a wall in entrance room to put on winter gloves, scarves and hats. In warm weather, baskets will hold sun hats, sunglasses and gardening gloves.