Roundup: Wire Wares

Roundup: Wire Wares

Leah Moss
Jun 23, 2009

We've noticed an influx of wire mesh products lately. They've long been a flea market staple, but now they seem to be everywhere and with good reason. Their humble stature and vintage vibe make them a good fit in a variety of decor schemes, and in most cases they're versatile, hardworking organizational and decorative pieces. Can you sense the love? Here's a peek at a favorite few...

1 CB2's 9-cube wall shelf. If you, like us, have had been suffering from cubby-withdraw every since pre-K graduation, this should fill the void.

2 Anthropolgie's Caged Lantern This HUGE lantern has the perfect glow (albeit a not so perfect price tag), and would make a lovely addition to a balcony or front entrance.

3 Mothology's Collapsible Magazine Holder
We have yet to find a Mothology product we're not at least half in love with, and this rustic beauty is no exception.

4 Urban Outfitter's Double Wire Basket. We're pretty much suckers for wall-mounted storage, and love this vintage inspired alternative to the usual mail organizer or plant holder.

5 Antique Mystique's Wire Baskets. This is the real deal, and a super affordable one at that.

Already sold on wire, and looking for some creative uses? Check out Sarah Coffey's (Apartment Therapy: Chicago) post on vintage wire finds.

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