We rent a cottage, the "Sandbox," that is not much larger than one. We dub our weekends at Sandbox: "glorified camping."
|This is our view - you would go too!|
I digress. Without closet space and with two, dare I say it, almost teens, some space is sought after. At least for laundry and towels.
I am all about baskets. Not original, I know. Living in a cottage for a few days means 3 towels per person somehow, and at least two changes of clothes for all. After a day, we would be up to our knees in laundry (without any way to do said laundry). While baskets take up valuable floor space, they also can add charm, texture and the beachy touch that I love.
Here are a few of the things that I can't get enough of:
From West Elm:
One of these lives in Boston in the dressing room. I liked it so much I got another.
Have the squat one in our Boston master bath for towels. It slides below our floating vanity for some texture in the modern space. Plus, my black stripe obsession was satisfied.
Just ordered one of these for shoes at the front door, or it will come to Orient for towels.
From the Container Store:
Got one of these for magazines. It also comes in a super washed out driftwood color.
Used the blue version of this basket in a client's child's bath. It's super cute to store back-up soap & shampoo.
Grabbed a few of these for no better reason than I love B&W stripes. I used them in Boston master closet to store blankets, pillows and off season sweaters. I want more for Orient, but I am undergoing hypnosis to restrain the urge.
Looks good though!