These Stylish Abaca Baskets and Home Organizers Start at P250
Spruce up your home with these baskets!
(SPOT.ph) We recently rounded up some shops you can check out for handy home organizers because let's face it: you'll go crazy if you spend every second of every day in a messy house. If you're currently channeling your inner Marie Kondo and decluttering and arranging everything in sight, here's something to help you spruce up your space and keep it tidy, too: Basketry Home makes chic abaca baskets and home organizers you'll want to display all over your home!
Basketry Home has a variety of baskets, boxes, and trays that can be used all around the house in a multitude of ways such as storage boxes, plant holders, hampers, fruit baskets, serving trays, accent pieces, and more. The handwoven material will give your space a rustic, homey feel while the earthy colors and natural textures would easily match a variety of interior styles. They even have pieces featuring vibrant color details against the abaca material—they'll add subtle pops of color to your home without disturbing your rural, farmhouse aesthetic. Plus, prices start at just P250!
Check out some of the items you can shop:
Basketry Home also makes initial baskets featuring letters woven onto the front of each piece. They're perfect for organizing items in common areas around the house or just giving your space a personalized feel. They'd make great gifts, too!
Take a look:
In the middle of an organizing spree? We've put together lots of different ways for you to get organized—and you can get everything delivered. The Pennyworth Shop has great-looking baskets, racks, and trolleys that are perfect for minimalist homes:
Harper and Harlow has chic-looking counter-top organizers you can use for your skincare essentials or everyday makeup stash:
And Organized PH has plenty of options for storage bins and acrylic cases in a rainbow of colors so you can use them for your vanity, home-office desk, or even your refrigerator!
For more information, log on to Basketry Home's Facebook page.
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