Storage boxes are helpful when one is attempting to organise his house or living space. By keeping your belongings organised, you can gain more floorspace and actually find what you are looking for. However, the storage box does not have to be plain. In fact, it can be quite decorative, allowing you to be both organised and stylish. Shop for a decorative storage box (or more) online.
Some stores sell decorative storage boxes right from their shelves. Thus, it allows you to walk right in and take what you want. These stores will have a wide variety of boxes - printed cardboard boxes in various colours, more than one kind of wicker storage box, decorative wooden boxes, storage boxes with lids and more. The decorative storage boxes may even be decorative benches with storage beneath them. Stores which offer these boxes right off the shelf are Tesco, Homebase, Fraser, Marks and Spencer and more.
Online retailers offer decorative storage boxes as well. Some retailers are even specialised in storage boxes and provide a very wide selection from which to choose. There, you will find storage boxes made of wood, bamboo, faux leather, metal and more. Online retailers which offer these boxes are The Merchant Chandler, Pandora's Boxes which also sells hat boxes as well as other custom boxes such as Scotts of Stow which also offers decorative bathroom storage, and Store 21.
Make your own
It is not necessary to buy decorative storage boxes. You can make your own. By using an acid free cardboard box, you will have a box that will last for a long time and keep your stored belongings safe. Decorate the box by painting the exterior, covering it with wall or contact paper, wrapping it in fabric and so much more. If you are skilled in carpentry, you can make decorative storage boxes made of wood that resemble chests or Chinese tea boxes. If you are a skilled basket weaver, you can make your own decorative storage containers made of wicker or some other material, and keep them as they are or line line with fabric. Final word You can even find items in antique stores, like small trunks or boxes, restore them, then press them into use as storage boxes.