What To Do With Your Blanket Box
Blanket boxes have been around for hundreds of years due to their usefulness. They come in all shapes, sizes and finishes, but just because the name suggests, it doesn't mean they are made just for blankets.
Check out some ideas below...
If you're quite the crafter, or have children who enjoy it, you'll certainly need somewhere to store all of your bits and bobs before, during and after the crafting has commenced.
Blanket boxes are excellent when used as a place to store toys. They make clearing up a doddle and they don't have to just go in the bedroom, make use of them in the living room or nursery, too!
Dressing Up Box
For those who enjoy dressing up, blanket boxes are great for children to store all of their fancy dress outfits without taking up too much space in the wardrobe.
Occasional Coffee Table
Need a table in the lounge but tight for space? A blanket box will do the job perfectly. Store your magazines and tv remotes inside, and don't forget coasters before you place your mug on the surface!
If you're fortunate enough to have a guest room, a blanket box is great for storing spare duvets, pillows and bed linen in.
If you're the type who likes keeping all of your precious memory items, blanket boxes do a great job at keeping their important photos/items safe and organised.
This one depends on how sturdy your blanket box is, if you're confident yours could hold the weight, you could get a pillow and use it as spare seating should you have guests.
Place your blanket box in the hallway and you've got yourself a great storage space for shoes as well as somewhere to sit when you're putting them on.
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