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nomattertheysay Fri 10-Feb-17 20:14:16

yes, it's exciting I know. I'm after a laundry bin, it's to live on the landing so id like it to look nice if possible, preferably one of those split ones for dark and light with a lid. Where should I look? I've looked on Argos, Dunelm, Next, John Lewis, Lakeland, BHS, Debenhams. Where else?

mrsglowglow Fri 10-Feb-17 21:00:06

Homebase, home sense, the range, b&m, wilko.

GVmama Fri 10-Feb-17 21:08:52

Amazon have a few

notgoingout11 Fri 10-Feb-17 21:10:34

I brought a lovely brown laundry bin online a couple of months back and it's fantastic!

mrsclaus100 Mon 13-Feb-17 20:35:41

I'm with you OP on this highly fascinating quest to find the perfect laundry basket!! I have been looking for months for something that fits the bill but alas, the search goes on. I really want this one,Home%20&%20Furniture%20PLAHome%20&%20Furniture%200_%3E%20Home%20Accessories%20%20_--%3E%20Storage%20--%3E%20Storage%20Unitss_%20Laundry%20Bin%20NATURAL&skwcid=AL!2750!3!47119164976!!!g!67997744789!&device=m&ss_kwcid=AL!2750!3!47119164976!!!g!!&ef_id=VlgIuwAAATxqHN0Q:20170213203215:s&pdpredirect

But at £125, it's a bit extravagant. My husband is mourning the fun-loving, party girl I once was as my interests turn to laundry baskets. Where did it all go wrong? confused

GoodyGoodyGumdrops Mon 13-Feb-17 20:48:17

Ik ea do one designed to fit inside a Pax wardrobe. It's a very neat, compact design, with a lid, and comes in several colours - so you can even colour-code for pre-sorting! (Oh, such excitement grin) Ours live on the landing, too.

MongerTruffle Mon 13-Feb-17 20:49:21

These new skimlinks mean that nobody knows whether these links are real links from posters, or just advertising.

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