|Cheese Box. We keep games in ours.
|Fabric bins. I like these ones that have an opening for labeling.
|A flower pot holds pens and pencils.
|Misc. shaped boxes. Ours holds seasonal decorations.
|Collector tins. What it says is what's in ours.
|An antique picnic basket holds some toys.
|Baskets. Perfect for linens. And everything else.
|Wooden Shaker Boxes. I used some ribbon to label for quick access.
|Metal beach pails. Ours hold some play scarves and ties.
|Glass jars. Huge ones. This has 5 lb of whole wheat flour in it. We got ours from a production factory. Wash them up and they're perfect! Ask a local restaurant...they'd likely have some to share.
|Canning jars hold some nuts.
|Antique firkins. Used to be used for dry good storage. Ours holds newspapers and matches to start a fire.
|Metal bins. These hold some of our wooden toys.
|My pottery collection is perfect for hiding...I mean holding a spare bag of chocolate chips. Hope my husband doesn't read this blog in detail!
|Wine crate. We use ours for magazines.
|Lingerie Bags. Perfect for storing toys with little parts. This one holds my husband's lincoln logs that he had as a kid.
This is just the beginning of 'green' storage ideas. What ideas do you have?