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Storage: Felt Boxes

Julie Carlson April 15, 2008

Felt is a strangely appealing material–especially when used in unexpected ways.

Below: Netto Collection Felt Storage Baskets; ivory felt stretched on a wire frame. $150 at Design Public.

Below: Simple Felt Baskets at Design Within Reach; the smaller six-inch-square Orange Felt Basket is $42 and the larger 10-inch-square Gray Felt Basket is $150.


Below: Spotted on JD Organizer (via OhDeeDoh): Pia Wallen felt boxes from Sweden; available at Enfant Terrible. Priced from $68 for the small size to $113 for the large; a set of three is $199.

Below: Also Spotted on JD Organizer (via Apartment Therapy): Vibrantly colored felt baskets (available in 25 different shades) from Berlin company Parkhaus, which will soon be opening an online shop.

Product Summary  

Netto Collection

Felt Baskets

$130.00 USD from Design Public

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