Lakeland Willow Stair Basket Reviews
Description:A storage basket shaped to fit the bottom of your stairs, the idea being that you can pop bits and pieces inside as you go past, ready to take upstairs. Made from honey coloured willow with a rounded edge and evenly balanced weave
Newest Review: ... and they had a similar stair basket device which we thought was a brilliant idea and so went online and bought this basket ... more
Customer Lakeland Willow Stair Basket Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/06/11 (Very useful, 174 readings)
Lakeland Willow Stair Basket INFO The Lakeland Willow Basket can be purchased from Lakeland.co.uk for just under £20.00 when we bought it. It has also been on Ebay recently and sold for £5.00. STAIR BASKET Quite often, especially with children around, when tidying the downstairs of the house, we find that toys and other bits are piled on the stairs in order to take them to the bedrooms later one, though the problems with this was the constant knocking over of piles when the children ran up and down the stairs, leaving the hallway even more of a mess than before we had even begun tidying! We had been around a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
I was given a Stair Basket as a present by my Mum, who shops a lot in Lakeland. It wasn't the most exciting present I've ever received, I have to say. Still, she meant well. The idea is that the basket sits on the bottom two steps of your stairs, and you fill it with all the bits and pieces that you find downstairs but which belong upstairs. Then you can carry it up, empty it, and sit it on the top two steps, ready to fill with all the bits and pieces that you find upstairs. A great idea I thought. I have 3 small children (and a husband) who abandon their belongings about the place and think that "put something away" means "dump it on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 197 readings)
As some of you will have noticed by my reviews I am a bit of a Lakeland fan, everything I have ever bought in there is totally fantastic and this Willow stair basket is no exception. What is it ? It is a basket that is shaped to fit neatly on your bottom or top step, ready to be filled with all the things that need to be brought up or down stairs. It is made from a gorgeous light coloured willow that has been hand woven to form the basket. Why do I need it ? Well you most likely do not 'need' it but it has certainly made my life more easier and kept the house tidier. I generally keep it at the bottom of the stairs as that is where ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/00, updated on 18/09/00 (Useful, 1133 readings)
I live in a terraced house with four floors and I seem to spend half my life ferrying things up and down stairs. I take it up and the kids bring it back down, I bring it down and the kids take it up to play with in the bath – aarrrgghh. There is always a pile of things on the stairs waiting to be moved to their rightful homes. I’ve had my eye on these baskets for a while, having seen them in the Great Little Trading Company catalogue at £22.99 but thought that was a bit steep [no pun intended], so when I got my Lakeland catalogue and saw one for £17.95 I was in there. It sits tidily on the step and I can pop things in as I’m tidying up, then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10, updated on 03/02/10 (Useful, 49 readings)
I acquired one of these stair baskets and I'm not really too sure where it came from, but it is really handy. I have got wooden stairs and there is quite a lot of them so it is quite handy (purely out of laziness) to keep things like polish and dusters in there. I tend to keep it near the top of the stairs, as I find it looks a bit weird if you put it in the middle of the staircase, but at the top or the bottom it looks fine. In my old flat I used to use it for all sorts of things too, as I didn't have much space for anything. I have kept magazines in there too. I could imagine it would be very useful for people with children to store toys and things ... Read the complete review
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