You’ll want to use these pretty storage boxes so much that they will practically force you to start de-cluttering
We don’t need to tell you that Marie Kondo’s new Netflix Show, Tidying Up, is addictive.
For years the organisational wizard has been dispensing life-changing hacks on how to de-clutter, from her magical methods of tidying up and how to confront the psychology behind throwing out your belongings to simple tips on folding and sorting.
But instead of just reading her mantras in book form, we’re now all free to take on her wisdom and see some slightly sensationalised scenes of families going through this emotional journey themselves.
And all of this de-cluttering chitter chatter has sparked (sorry) a revolution. Since Tidying Up landed on Netflix, John Lewis & Partners has seen record-breaking sales of storage and organisation products, with storage box sales growing by 47%, and baskets seeing significant sales uplifts of 24% since last year.
Which essentially means that, yes, everyone’s getting their s**t together – and quick. But if you’re about to give your home a sparkling spring clean, you’re going to need some storage products that are worthy of your efforts. In a bid to help you out, we’ve picked out some of the most aesthetically pleasing storage boxes, hangers and organisers from the high street.
From rattan baskets to pastel-hued jewellery boxes, these stylish storage options (and some willpower) are all you need to spark joy in your tidying efforts. Happy de-cluttering.
Anthropology Eniko basket, £108
H&M Home suede storage box, £24.99
MADE Toro storage baskets, set of three, £25
Rattan Muji basket, £24.95
H&M Home clear glass box, £8.99
HAY storage crate, £5
Metallic woven basket, £34
IKEA Snidad rattan basket, £25
MADE Bendt laundry basket, £35
H&M Home storage basket with pom poms, £14.99
Hema storage compartments, £5
Zara folding trunk, £69.99
Hema felt box, £5
MUJI storage, £19.95
John Lewis & Partners hanging storage, £22
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