As some of you may be aware, I'm working on reorganizing my laundry room. Actually, "re"organizing would imply that it was ever organized to begin with, and that may be a huge assumption on everyone's part.
So I've been scouring Cyberville for storage bins and containers, and I'm finding some good options - everything from plastic storage bins to woven to fabric and in between. While I've narrowed some down for myself, I thought I'd share some of the things I've found. Nothing ground-breaking here, I know, but it might save you a few minutes if you're in the market for some storage containers of your own.
$4.99 for a basic fabric storage cube with grommet handle (on mega-sale down from $11.99)
This woven number looks awesomely sturdy, and I love the greyer tones. But at $49 a pop, I don't think it's the right option for me. (I'm going to need a bunch!)
Fabric storage cubes are always a great budget option, like these two (below) for $9.99. Multiple colors to choose from.
Ikea is hard to beat when it comes to affordable storage options, and this woven BRANAS cube for $12.99 is no exception.
For a kids' room, maybe? I like the woven-ness of this one, and for $8.95, it's not bad. I just wish the color selection was a little broader.
Ikea does it again, this time in the MAGGA for $7.99 - a bit of a chevron in a roundish shape? Love.
I'm going to admit that this one ($21.97 for six) (SIX!) is definitely in the running. Especially for a laundry room, where moisture plays a factor. Not super glamorous, but functionality can be glamorous by its very nature of being functional...right...?
Hello, lovelies. Come home with me. You can call me Mom. $16.95 for the smaller one.
This one is my very favorite of them all. Nothing is quite as chic and awesome as a grey wool perfectly squared off box. It speaks to my soul. (And also, apparently my soul is a bland old granny who eats oatmeal every morning.) (So be it.) $16.96
Not bad. A fun, colorful box right here that looks well-made, and at just $15, it would be hard to pass up.
Okay, so it's nothing crazy-cool, but at $2.99, this basic fabric storage cube is hard to pass up.
So. There you have it. Any other ideas of great and cheap storage bins?Pin It Now!