home: nice price [ jute basket ]
We love this jute basket from IKEA for the shear fact it’s useful, looks great and is only £2.
Use in your kitchen to store food or tea towels, or perhaps your bathroom for cloths & sponges. Whatever you want to use it for it will bring a bit of rustic charm to a room.
Unfortunately this is unavailable online currently, but fingers crossed we can get back into stores soon.
home: favourite thing [ wine picnic basket ]
There’s a whiff of warm weather in the air and we know before long it’ll be spring.
So start planning for outdoor living, adventures outdoors and eating alfresco with homewares that help to make the experiences even better.
This beautiful wine and bread basket from Anthropologie is a perfect start to creating the perfect range of goods for your Spring and Summer.
home: nice price [ rattan basket ]
This lovely rattan basket from zarahome.com would make a great addition to a kitchen or bathroom.
Store food items or toiletries in, or perhaps use as a planter. It would even make cute storage basket in a kids room.
[ £15.99 ]
home: made [ plant stand ]
Combine a plant stand and a plant basket in one with this great DIY project from Alice & Lois.
Using a standard basket and some wooden furniture legs you can easily create this all in one stand in a day.
Head to aliceandlois.com for the full tutorial.
home: found this [ IKEA ]
This gorgeous collection from IKEA has just dropped, and if you like your cleaning and simple aesthetic then the BORSTAD collection could be just for you
The utilitarian style of these pieces makes them timeless, and also extremely useful. From water bottles to scrubbing brushes, woven baskets to clothes hangers, this collection gives you those basic staples every home needs.
‘New season, new start! Our BORSTAD limited collection makes spring cleaning a little easier – and a little more elegant. We’ve put together a set of home accessories that bring rustic style and traditional techniques to sort-out routines around the world’
home: nice price [ basket ]
Looking for some quirky storage in your living room for magazines or blankets? Then have a look at this new arrival from IKEA.
This ash vaneer basket with it’s clean design and rope handle is a lovely item to own. It also works great for storing logs, for those with a fire or log burner.
Available now from ikea.com
home: made [ basket ]
We’ve just discovered A Kailo Chic Life blog and already in love. Such great projects, DIYs, ideas and interiors.
Our favourite pick is this project to decorate a basic felt basket with a weave and tassle look. It’s creative, colourful and makes a eclectic boho look.
Try Made, Amazon, and other online homeware stores for felt woven baskets that can act as the base for this DIY.
Explore the blog for this and further great projects.
home: favourite thing [ storage basket ]
Just when you think you’ve got all the baskets you need we find these handy hangable large hemp ‘Mira’ storage baskets from The Little House Shop.
Perfect for all over the home; toiletries in the bathroom, magazines in the lounge, laundry in the hallway or even toys in the nursery.
home: found this [ the basket room ]
Explore The Basket Room for everything woven. The colours, the styles – there’s such a huge choice. Pick from storage options, ideas for displaying on the wall, gorgeous floor rugs, smaller practical homewares, pieces that would make lovely gifts, products to bring a pop of colour to a room – all with great prices and regular updates to the store.
Prices from £4.50
home: made [ baskets ]
This year we are seeing rattan, bamboo and woven homeware making a huge comeback. A popular choice for many is baskets, now being used for more than just storage.
How about turning one into a light pendant, hanging planter or as decorative objects for the wall. We found some cool ideas at homestolove.com.au as well as a lovely woven basket wall hanging at casawatkinsliving.com