White Dipped Barrel Baskets

Combining functional with style, this collection of barrel baskets is the perfect solution for adding some extra storage in your house or even in a protected garden. Because the barrels are so tall, they make a perfect place to store extra wrapping paper rolls or bouquets of reed for example, but they can be used to store all sorts of objects.

White Dipped Barrel Baskets

They are called White Dipped Barrel Baskets for a very good reason. The bottom of the baskets has been dipped in white paint, thus creating the contrasting design you see here. In some cultures and societies across the world, dipping the baskets in a paint-like solution used to be a way of making them waterlight. Even though this is not the case, these baskets still look stylish.

The baskets come as a set of three and each one of them has different dimensions. The smaller version is 9.25″-14″dia. x 10.75″-15.25″h, the medium one is 11.75″dia. x 12.75″h and there’s also a large version, measuring 14″dia. x 15.25″h. They can be bought for $59.00.The same company also offers White Dipped Cylinder Baskets and White Dipped Square Baskets or, if you prefer something simpler and more traditional, you can choose the Rectangular Storage Nesting Baskets. Choose one collection or combine them according to your needs.

Published by in Furniture, on September 16th, 2011


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