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Storage: More Wooden Boxes

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Storage: More Wooden Boxes

Janet Hall April 21, 2008

A few ideas for simple wood box storage, ideal for storing everything from office files and magazines to linens and kitchenwares.

Below: My favorite is the great-looking Snack Box from Ikea, made of birch plywood and galvanized steel fittings. $19.99 for the large size (22 by 14 5/8 by 11 3/4 inches); $9.99 for the smaller size (14 5/8 by 11 by 5 7/8 inches).

Below: Ivar Solid Wood Box, made of solid pine, available in two sizes. $19.99 for the 15 3/4-by-15 3/4-by-11 3/4-inch one shown here. A longer size (30 3/4 inches) is available for $29.99.

Below:Offi’s Perf Boxes stack and rotate independently, held in place by gravity. Part of SFMOMA’s permanent collection. $3999 for a stack of three at Retro Modern.

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