Everyone is Loving This Woven Basket & Now We Want It Too

published May 23, 2019
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You know when you see an accessory in house tour after house tour and just know it has to be good? I’ve seen the Serena & Lily La Jolla basket pop up all over the blogs I read, plus my Instagram and Pinterest feeds, and I’m now majorly in lust.

What seems to make this basket so great? For one, it’s quite large–it comes in three sizes to meet your needs, but a medium is 25 inches tall. It’s also extremely versatile. Use it as a hamper in your bedroom closet (or keep it out—it’s too pretty to be tucked away behind closed doors), to hold toys in a nursery or towels in a bathroom, or just designate it as a place to store other random belongings that take up space (scarves, going out bags, and throw blankets come to mind). Below are just a handful of places we’ve seen this beautiful basket.

Credit: Amy Welsh

Amy Welsh of Lily’s Lovelies appreciates the La Jolla basket so much she bought it three times! One sits in her master bedroom, shown above, and two are in her son’s nursery. “I can never have too many baskets, especially since we have zero closet space,” she says.

Erin Kelly of A New Bloom picked up a patterned version of the basket to use in her kids’ nursery. The space is rooted in neutrals, and the basket blends right in alongside her other accessories.

How pretty does the La Jolla basket look in Shira Caplan’s powder room? Paired with leafy wallpaper, it makes the space look calming and coastal.

Julia Dzafic of Lemon Stripes placed a pink version of the basket in daughter Amalia’s nursery. It pairs perfectly with other pops of pink and neutrals.

Credit: Sarah Hollingshead/Our Vintage Farmhouse

No linen closet? Figuring out how to store extra towels can pose a bit of a challenge in small spaces. Sarah Hollingshead of Our Vintage Farmhouse found a stylish solution! This idea also works if you want an attractive place to store dirty clothes or linens.

Say hello to a perfect pair. Megan Schlactenhaufen of Undecorated Home added tons of storage to her daughter’s bedroom with this dynamic duo.