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Rated 5 out of 5Â by njm23 Excellent Storage Solution!
My husband and I recently purchased office furniture, which had a credenza. The credenza had "storage slots", which I loved...but wasn't sure how best to use them.
Because I don't like the look of "loose" papers, I knew I had to find something that would fit in the slots.
Of course, I found them at The Container Store! I measured the slots and the larger size Graphite Storage Boxes were a perfect fit.
I bought 6 of them and I keep things like stamps, mailing labels, laminating sheets and extra pens/Post-Its in them.
These are very well made, have a space to label the contents and are perfect for papers OR loose items like I mentioned.
They keep my office tidy and they look nice....and they store a lot more than you may think.
I'm very happy with my purchase and would highly recommend them.
March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dlfein love!
I have a bunch of these. I use them for everything from old documents to extra computer paper and even extra computer parts and ink. Their streamlined look and sturdiness makes them a great buy.
March 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sbktrade great
Great for the price! I use these to store all tax documents.
May 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Halli620 Good quality, nice looking
I got a couple of these last year in graphite and natural, and just ordered 4 more for my roommate and I to use to store/hide the clutter on our open shelves in our tiny apartment. They look much nicer on the shelves than little odds and ends, and are sturdy and good quality, and I love that they're made of recycled paperboard. I try to buy sustainable materials as often as possible, and I'm very happy with these.
December 7, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5Â by amacord basic box
These are the lowest price point of the document boxes, also the most flimsy feeling. When empty the lid can buckle if there is weight too much weight placed on top, but when filled they are quite strong enough to stack. The size is good - slightly larger than the largest of the Stockholm line.
March 18, 2010