The Many and Zany Ways You Can Use Baskets in Your Home

For one, they combine function and aesthetic in one good-looking package.

Updated on February 03, 2019 8:02 am

Camille Besinga

The Many and Zany Ways You Can Use Baskets in Your Home

1. Label them with chalk-painted labels and line them up with linen for cute kitchen organisers.

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2. You can also go with wire baskets for a rustic cottage look.

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3. A round basket on the floor also acts as a holder for your favorite magazines.

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4. Sorting laundry has never been easier with the help of these pull-out laundry baskets.

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5. Place a basket under a console or foyer table to act as a catch-all for different kinds of items.

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6. They don’t always have to be out on display. Baskets in cabinets also make for great storage compartments.

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7. Wall-mounted wire baskets are great for organising your home office supplies or tools and crafts materials in a workshop.

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8. Baskets also help corral loose items, like on a beverage or coffee bar.

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9. Some cubby shelves can also look neat and tidy with the help of cubby baskets.

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10. Doesn’t the garage look much more orderly with wall-hung baskets?

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11. Change up some of your planters with lined baskets to give your home garden a quaint, homey look.

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12. Lidded baskets under the bed can be used to store bedsheets, curtains, and other linen.

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13. Line the foot of your bed with big basket chests, which can also be used to store pillows and throws.

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14. In the bathroom, a round lidded basket can hold dirty laundry, which you can easily cart off to the laundry room.

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15. Toys and books are kept hidden and tidy in baskets in your kids’ room.

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16. Large baskets with handles stowed under a console can also hold throw pillows and other living room essentials.

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