Woven drink bucket for both indoor and outdoor use

For only 59$ you can purchase this unique item. It is a woven drink bucket created for both indoor and outdoor use. The dimensions are 20″w x 14.5″d x 11″h. As you can see it has a … let’s say vintage look. The basket is made from woven seagrass which gives it a funny look. Actually, on a second thought, it looks like the picnic basket that Spike used to carry on the legendary Tom & Jerry series.

The basket also features a galvanized iron insert that keeps the ice and water separate from the woven seagrass exterior. It is also easy to clean after you finish using it. You just wipe down the seagrass basket and rinse the metal insert. To make the carrying easier, it also has two woven handles. However I don’t see any top, so I’m not sure how long the ice can resist like that, not to mention that it’s not hygienic. But it’s a minor problem that can be easily fixed.

Published by in Furniture, on April 11th, 2011



  1. [...] Serve drinks in comfort and style in woven beverage bucket. Generous size for easy indoor or outdoor entertaining, it includes a removable insert galvanized iron that make ice and water away from exterior woven seagrass. It is woven bucket drinks are made for indoor and outdoor use. Dimensions are 20 “wx 14.5″ dx 11 “h. Only $ 59 you can buy this item unique.[Via] [...]

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