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Amazon Finds : Baskets & Storage

Amazon Finds : Baskets & Storage - roomfortuesday.com Happy Friday, friends! Thanks so much for your support in yesterday’s post. I can’t tell you how much I appreciated your comments and excitement. Anyway… here we are, almost to the weekend! It’s time for another ‘Amazon Finds‘ post and this month I’m all about baskets. They’re great for storage in so many spaces throughout your home… under a bathroom vanity, console table, positioned in an entryway, used as a laundry hamper, tucked in the corner as a waste basket, used alongside a fireplace for firewood, or most commonly used as a catch all in the main living space for all the blankets and throws that accompany fall and cold weather. Click through to shop my favorites! 

Click directly on the baskets below to shop!

I prefer a unique shape, texture, or material. Most options I found are anything but boring! They all have character and unique qualities. There were so many good options, I actually ended up purchasing a couple for myself. Any guesses which ones I used my Prime shipping for? Ha!

Amazon Finds : Baskets & Storage - roomfortuesday.com You better believe we’re still taking advantage of our backyard, until the weather gets absolutely too cold. We have our outdoor heater going, a fire burning, and I bring out a big basket of heavy blankets- it’s the absolute perfect place to hangout and sip a glass of hot mulled wine. It also gives me another excuse to buy big, sturdy baskets. Ha!

Amazon Finds : Baskets & Storage - roomfortuesday.com

As we house hunt, I added a fireplace to the “must have” list. I dream of having enough room to fill a basket with firewood. Our current living room is a little too small to stack firewood anywhere outside of the hearth. I love the way Studio McGee styled the above baskets… filled to the brim with logs for the fire.

Are you guys basket people? I definitely am…. especially as the weather starts to cool. They definitely have a cozy factor to them. I hope you all have an amazing weekend filled with fun fall things!

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  • Reply
    Peggi
    October 19, 2018 at 4:39 am

    What a selection! I’m really drawn to the smell and sounds of baskets. (Weird.) Have you ever made them? I took a couple of the coolest basket weaving classes at the Phoenix Botanical Gardens. Let me tell you, they were tough! Every time I see a kind of pricey basket, I think of the focus and dexterity that it takes. Happy fall Friday! (sending you positive house-finding vibes!)

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      Sarah
      October 19, 2018 at 9:17 am

      I am too!! I don’t think it’s weird… it’s cozy and nostalgic. Ha! At least that’s what I tell myself. I’ve never taken a basket making class, but it sounds super fun (and challenging). Hope you have a great weekend Peggi! xo

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    Karen
    October 19, 2018 at 6:40 am

    I love baskets! Especially big, chunky ones. When we planned our kitchen reno, I had designed an open cubby (it ended up being very large, like 60″, due to how far the cabinets had to continue down) for a desk area. Well, two months post-reno I NEVER used it. So our contractor built-in some simple shelves for storage. I am using these Smith & Hawken from Target, two tall ones and two short ones:

    https://www.target.com/p/rectangular-storage-basket-smith-hawken-153/-/A-51030692

    They look so good, and I’m so glad the design ended up this way with the shelf instead of more cabinets, b/c more cabinets would have been just too much (the wall is really long, about 210″, all kitchen).

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      Sarah
      October 19, 2018 at 9:18 am

      That sounds dreamy!! I love the warmth and texture they add to a space. I bet it’s a nice break in a sea full of cabinetry. Happy Friday, Karen! xo

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    Katie Treon
    October 25, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Do you have a link to the basket you’re holding in this picture?

    • Reply
      Sarah
      October 25, 2018 at 9:41 am

      Sorry Katie! It was from Article, but has since been discontinued. xo

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