Basket walls, meaning baskets as wall decor, have been on my mind lately.
Does that mean I’m turning into a basket case? Nah. That’s something entirely different. But give me time and that may happen!
I, like many people, have not met a basket I didn’t love.
Do I need all the baskets I love? Need is a relative term, but probably not.
Do more baskets really make me more organized? In my ideal world, yes.
Could I justify having more baskets if I used them as wall decor? I can make a strong argument for that.
Baskets, when grouped together as wall decor, can provide a tremendous amount of warmth, interest, and texture to a room. Basket walls are also one of those decor categories that you can spend a big wad of cash on, or hardly any money at all. I vote for hardly any money at all, but I’m
cheap economically conscientious.
Here are some basket walls that caught my eye recently.
Go big or go home, right?
(image: Old Brand New)
Also, that bench is perfection.
(image: Boxwood and Spruce)
Here’s another basket wall over an amazing bench in this hallway picture I found on Houzz.
I’m sensing a winning formula here.
These “Sunny Handwoven Baskets” are sold in a set of three or can be purchased singly. They are pricey but it might be worth it!
(image: Pottery Barn *The featured image in this blog post is also from Pottery Barn*)
Last but not least, let’s not forget that baskets can be colorful!
(image: Pagiftsus via Etsy)
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