Baskets have been around for centuries and have been used in interiors for generations. The beauty of these handcrafted items makes basketware a much adorned and appreciated art form in many cultures.Even in contemporary spaces, we continue to use baskets to enhance our homes and offices today. Timeless, functional and stylish, baskets are here to stay. Here we share five easy ways you can incorporate baskets in your home decor.
If you are on the hunt for modern yet practical storage solutions for your bathroom, a basket (or a whole set of baskets) may do the trick. Here you can invest in different sizes that can be used to store towels, toiletries and even laundry. Lidded baskets are also great for hiding the clutter and creating a more organised look. There are a variety of colours and weaves to choose from, so be sure to choose tones and shapes that work best in your shape. SHF now offers a wide selection to suit any style and space.
2. Hanging Planters
Add some elevation to your greenery at home with a beautiful woven hanging basket that can be used to house your favourite plants. Add these to your living room or kitchen and bring fresh flair to these spaces. The organic nature of a woven basket is a great addition to any interior, patio or even a balcony.
3. Organise Your Study
Time to rethink storage in your home office or study? Smaller baskets are great for storing all your study materials, from pens to files and more. Get creative and invest in an array of baskets that can be used on the desk or stored underneath. This will give your study a uniformed look and also help you keep things neat and tidy for longer!
4. Winter Living
Winter is in full blast and you may be adding layers of comfort to your living spaces. If so, keep a big basket handy in the living room for throws and blankets that can be whipped out with ease on those chilly nights. You can also use a stylish basket as a storage solution for wood next to your fireplace. With so many options, baskets are a great essential item in any winter decor scheme.
5. Baskets in the Kitchen
Nobody likes a messy kitchen counter. Clear up your kitchen counters and use baskets to store all your utensils. Small bamboo baskets are great for storing smaller items such as cutlery and knickknacks. If you space above your cabinets, you could also invest in a matching set of baskets and utilise otherwise wasted space above the cabinets.
It’s quite clear that baskets can be used in almost any room. If you’re looking for a great option, be sure to shop the latest basketware from SHF and add a little class to your home this season.For more visit SHF.