Wicker nightstand is low cost, lightweight, attractive and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, most of which are excellent storage. Use wicker containers adapted or designed to corral the papers in a home office or toys in the playroom. Out of the box for a practical place to store your things. Knitters, weavers and crochet craftsmen have a lot of bits and bobs that roll under the sofa or pile up on a side table and without a place to be. Stashing them deep into the bottom of a closet means you will not remember them when you need them or cerulean pure alpaca wool.
Roll up the balls and stack them in wicker nightstand in a craft corner instead. They look interesting and colorful and the content provide the inspiration every time you take a look at them. No more chasing balls of thread dust in the closet frame. You can stack the baskets on the shelves or simply put them in a row against a wall for easy access.
The shape and size of the stools make that they can usually serve both as stools and wicker nightstand , because it is also a rigid material and with a simple design, like the small tables in this colonial style room, which on the other hand would look good in any environment because they are very neutral.