Large Havana Storage Bin
Our Go-To Basket
Many of our clients have these baskets in their closets. It provides a much better presentation for clothing stored on shelves. These large baskets work well for t-shirts and pajamas, while the smaller ones work well for things like socks and swimming suits.
With the fabric lining, your clothes will never get snagged. The convenient handle also allows you to easily grab the basket even from a high shelf. Since they come in 3 different colors, there is always a option that suits any client we have.
Sometimes we buy all of the store's stock from the shelves and the back of the store. Better get there before M2O does!
September 8, 2013
Not the quality we are accustom to from Container Store, we will be returning. We purchased 16 (8 sml - 8 lrg)
NO TWO baskets are alike. If you are interested in an eclectic look, this 'may' be acceptable for your use. As Organizers, we look for uniformity and quality - these baskets do not offer either. Handles are all at different heights, some are even sewn on crooked. Bottom edges are uneven and some of the baskets edges are not finished causing them to catch on closet shelves.
We absolutely LOVE the Container Store, and will replace with one of their other products.
September 7, 2012
Great Storage Item
I love the look of my new storage bins. I looked at numerous bins. This one was the longest and deepest for width size. Great price as well. I bought 4 and have them side by side for storage on a shelf. Overall very happy with this product.
March 31, 2014
They weren't exactly what I thought they were but my fault for not reading the description that they are woven plastic. They just seem to look a lot cheaper than "real" baskets. They are sturdy and I like the lining. I bought two off white and two black...they aren't the same height and the handles aren't stitched on the same. They are acceptable but I wasn't 100% happy with them. I ended up using two in a drawer due to the height difference. If we had a store nearby I would have passed by them on the shelf.
March 2, 2014