This slightly taller box in woven bamboo lets you glimpse what’s inside. The size and shape make this a decorative storage for things you want to keep close at hand but not always visible.
In this decorative basket you can hide media and clothing accessories like chargers, cords, shawls and belts.
Fits EKET cabinet, 13¾" deep, and other storage furniture with shelves which are at least 12" deep.
IKEA of Sweden
Bamboo, Clear acrylic lacquer
By using a fast-growing, renewable material like bamboo in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.
Renewable materials, as opposed to fossil and finite materials, come from living sources that can be regenerated at the same rate as they are used up.
Width: 11 ¾ "
Depth: 11 ¾ "
Height: 9 "
SMARRABox with lidArticle Number903.480.63
Width: 12 "
Height: 7 ¾ "
Length: 12 "
Weight: 11 oz
Super multi-functionalMeganI am currently using this in the bathroom with less used supplies on the bottom and then I flipped the lid upside down and positioned on top as a tray for more used items. Really like the look, quality and usefullness!5
Great gift packageJOHANNAIt can hold six little mousse ramekins including a recipe. Altogether a nice presentation and possible storage.5
Literally the cutest!AlonnaEasy to get into and holds a lot more than you might expect. I have my macrame yarn hidden inside. They feel pretty sturdy for just being woven. I love that my stuff is hidden without that big, heavy feeling of a clunky basket.5
Excellent productLORENAHolds more than what you expect great for toiletries & other things5
BeautifulEduardoI am. Very happy now and have the 2 sizes.5
Hide for technologyLaiaI bought this basket to conceal the ugly connector box for my television. I have a very small apartment and don't have room to always put things "away." This basket is great because the IR signal from the remote can still reach the box, the open weave means it's well ventilated, but it's now concealed and not just sitting out on the console looking all blocky and unappealing. I imagine it would work well for a modem/router as well for the same reasons.5
Nice Basket Fits AnywhereLizGood style, well made. I bought this to use as trays, and it is working out well.5
Nice but not for delicate fabricsAlizaI bought this to keep odds and ends organized in my closet — hats, gloves, a spare shoulder bag. Caution: a little Stackery, so not suitable for delicate fabrics.5
Beautiful basket containerMartiI purchased 2 of these gorgeous baskets and was not disappointed. Beautiful workmanship. The lids fit perfectly. Excellent weaving. The basket is for display, not storing heavy objects. Delicate would be a good word to describe it. I use one of mine to store silk scarves. The other is on display for it’s beauty!5
Cute storageEricaThese little storage bins are very cute. A little pricey for being just a basket but cute for sure. Paired these bins with the fjällbo shelf.4
Simply beautiful!Jamie V.These baskets were exactly what I was looking for! It's hard to find baskets with lids and these are absolutely beautiful!5
Love this!NazaniLove this!5
Lovely and usefulRachelI bought this to protect my cross stitch projects from the cats in the living room and it works wonderfully!5
Great for storage. I actuallySharonGreat for storage. I actually put small bottles of water in it. Looks stylish in the kitchen5
Cute and functionalJeanneI use it as a brad box and it works great. Holds all my different breads and rolls and looks cute.5
Thanks they look so niceJeanThanks they look so nice I love them!5
Love the look!!!YOLANDAThese just added to the beachy decor I have in my living room. They hide all my little gadgets and art supplies out of view.5
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