Monday, February 1, 2016

Favorites Under $50: IKEA Storage

Hi friends! I hope you enjoyed your weekend, we had a blue sky Sunday so I sat outdoors for an hour, soaking up some rays, it’s amazing what a small amount of sunshine can do for the body and mind in the middle of winter.

You may have spied the badge in my sidebar announcing this year I’ve signed on as a Brand Ambassadör for IKEA this year. It’s a natural fit since I’ve been a fan for a decade and have used dozens of their products over the years. I’ll be featuring a few original DIY posts using IKEA products later this spring.

IKEA is one of the most affordable sources for storage products and since I’m reorganizing around the house, I ordered some baskets to help me corral some craft supplies. I also spied more organizational products that provide functionality and great style, all under $50, roundup below.

The Gunnern Pedestal makes a great mini side table, plant stand, or toiletry holder for the bathroom, available in 4 colors, $40.

 gunnern table

The Knodd Bin has a classic pail shape and comes in two sizes, it’s versatile for storage in all spaces, craft rooms, kitchens, even the garage, or perhaps to hold pet food or as a compost bin? $15 for the 4 gallon, $25 for the 11 gallon, also in gray and black.

 knodd bins

Oh hello classy black stripes on this $19 Maffens Basket. Use this to hold blankets in the family room, towels in the bathroom, or toys in a kid’s room, but wouldn’t it also make a stylish planter?

  maffens basket

The clever design of the bamboo Ragrund chair also includes a towel rack, perfect for small spaces, and it does double duty as a place to sit or prop so you paint your toenails while your towel dries, $50.

 ragrund bamboo

This powder coated grey Hindo Shelf has an industrial vibe, it can be used outdoors to store potting supplies, also indoors in a kid’s room or home office for book storage, bonus hooks on the side too, $50.

 hindo (2)

This little Kvissle cable management box is a lovely way to hide charging cords and provide a prop for cell phones, a chic little office accessory for $10.



This Bygel Utility Cart is quite versatile as a moveable storage station. Use it to store beauty products? School or art supplies? How about as a bar cart? Endless possibilities for $30.

 bygel cart

This $13 Risatorp Wire Basket is cute enough to be left out on the counter to store fruits or vegetables, or perhaps for your ribbons or balls of yarn? I bought four for my closet reorganization project to hold craft supplies.


All images courtesy of IKEA.


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