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Looking for boxes/trays for inside DD's wardrobe

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mckenzie Wed 23-Mar-16 21:53:19

DD has new wardrobes with sliding doors. The unit covers the whole wall with hanging space at either end and shelves in the middle. So no drawers, no separate chest.

It appears that she is not as tidy as we all thought and the shelf section is getting very messy with underwear mixed with tracksuit bottoms mixed with pjs etc etc.

So, I'm looking for some boxes or trays to attempt to keep things together at least.
The spaces are 28cm deep, 30 cm high and 70 cm wide (all approx)
So far I have checked Argos, IKEA and John Lewis but to no avail.
Any ideas please?

Grumpyoldblonde Thu 24-Mar-16 09:01:55

Take a look at 'Curver my style' boxes, these are plastic boxes that have a rattan effect, they come in cream or brown and are pretty, sturdy and practical. they come on lots of sizes and you can get them on Amazon, or from The Range or Tesco (The Range is cheapest)
I am obsessed with these boxes for organising spaces.

MissRainbowBrite Thu 24-Mar-16 10:00:47

I second grumpys recommendation. DD has the Curver boxes in varying sizes in her wardrobe, they are all different sizes so you can tailor to what you need to put in them. We have one for socks, pants, vests and tights, pj's and school socks and tights. Definitely cheapest from The Range.

TranquilityofSolitude Thu 24-Mar-16 10:10:31

TK Maxx/Home Sense always seems to have lots of storage boxes of different types. Might be worth a look if you have one nearby.

PurpleFrog Thu 24-Mar-16 10:11:25

It depends how many you need. The Plastic BoxShop is cheaper online and has free delivery for orders over £50.

JsOtherHalf Thu 24-Mar-16 12:01:59

How about 3 of these side by side?

mckenzie Fri 25-Mar-16 09:16:07

Thank you so much for the ideas. DD and I are going to have an on line shop this afternoon grin

MargotsDevil Fri 25-Mar-16 15:48:34

The curver boxes are fab, but are half the price in b and q than they are in Tesco, so definitely shop around. Also B and M and poundstretchers are good for cheap and varied storage.

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