Thursday, August 30, 2012

DIY Idea: Rolling Basket


I came across this lovely basket by C.S. Post & Co. on Pinterest, and of course my first thought was "surely I could make that." I love the generous size, and I know Elliot would enjoy pushing her toys from room too room (she does it anyway, so the basket may as well have wheels!).


I later spotted this basket at HomeGoods and think it is a lovely candidate for a DIY version. I've been looking for attractive and affordable baskets for toys for months, so had I not just -- literally days before -- spent $60 on a pair of baskets from the Privet Home for Target collection (which seems to not be available online anymore), I would have snapped it up.
Then then seriously considered adding a set of these lovely brass casters to it.

17 comments:

Ani Toncheva said...

How are you thinking about attaching them? I think this is a great way to save my baskets from collecting as much dust as they currently do on the floor.

Kim @ NewlyWoodwards said...

I love the idea of the casters. And the brass ones are actually better than the inspiration.

mhegan kate said...

A very clever idea. Putting rollers on the basket would be really useful. Especially if your moving a lot of stuffs.
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Love the brass caster. Attaching it with the basket is simple practical idea. xo
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Jenna said...

I need this!!! Such a great idea!

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Joan Troyer said...

I love the rolling basket! My kids will play with that a lot I'm sure!

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How clever is this idea, with that brass casters you can carry things such as laundry without carrying it.

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Great idea! Home Goods is a black hole for me. Too many things to look at!

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