Plastic Grid Basket
Excellent For The Closet
I use these to hold scarves, camisoles, socks, and such in my closet. They're low and open, so you can easily see what's in them. They're not terribly sturdy, so you wouldn't want to put anything heavy in them, but for my usage, they're perfect. If you have something delicate and easily snagged, you probably wouldn't want to use these. (I've occasionally snagged one of my loosely woven scarves.)
April 5, 2014
I'm using these in my sons closet to hold socks and underwear. They were $2.99 a piece, and I bought two. Wish I would have purchased more. Great for anything!
It's decently sturdy for being a $2.99 product. Love it!
March 17, 2014
This is exactly what I was looking for, an open letter sized tray for the living room. I throw magazines, catalogs and other random paperwork I accumulate whilst going through it on the couch rather than leaving it laying all over the coffee table, side tables and the loveseat. It sits underneath the coffee table looking much better than just having a pile of papers. And it's super cheap, will definitely buy more if I find a use for them!
January 30, 2014
I keep discovering different uses for this bin.
I originally purchased these bins for a large paper project I was working on that entailed quite a bit of sorting and these bins were affordable for that purpose. Before that project was even finished, I discovered I could use these bins in the kitchen pantry, the office for supplies, dresser drawers, kitchen cabinets, the car, garage, bathroom, bedroom closets, my sewing room, etc. . They are also great for give away Easter bins filled with grass and goodies, they are also good for odd shaped items in the freezer, and refrigerator. I hope this is one items with The Container Store that isn't discontinued any time soon. I am still discovering the uses and possibilities.
January 4, 2014