How To Label Baskets
I’ve been working with a client to organize her children’s playroom, and last week things finally started coming together; the shelving units arrived, along with the wicker baskets made to fit it. She and I got to filling up the baskets and drawers, and it was a hummin’.
At some point I made reference to the labeling treatment the baskets ought really to receive. “Yeah! I love that idea!” She immediately responded. And then, staring at the baskets, “but um, how do you do that?”
How? You tag ’em!
There are myriad options in the tag aisle, the easiest of which may be the simple craft paper hang tags seen above.Image credits: (clockwise from top right) liebesbotschaft via Love Message, Oprah, House Beautiful, The Yellow Cape Cod, Australian House & Garden
You can also, if you like, or if small children necessitate the lamination of labels, opt for actual luggage tags when labeling your baskets.
Image credits: (clockwise from top left) Our Little Beehive, Jim Smith via Au Lifestyle, The Homes I Have Made, BHG
But of course, no need to stop there; today’s marketplace offers a bevy of tag materials, including but certainly not limited to: the oh-so-trendy chalkboard tags, metal tags, or even key tags.
Image credits: (clockwise from top) BHG, Deliciously Organized, Ballard Designs
And that’s that.
But hey, get ’em while they’re hot!
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