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Published on August 7th, 2014 | by Sammy


Fruit baskets instead of peg baskets



I was looking for a space saving solution, and finally found the TORKIS basket for clothes pins for my purpose. I simply screw the towel rail BAREN on the LACK shelf and clipped the baskets at the rail. A little inscription on the baskets and: READY ;)

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Hello, I am from Germany, Stuttgart. I just discovered this fantastic site! Thanks to you, I know for sure what I am going to do this evening: Trying to reproduce this fantastic hacked coffee table!

6 Responses to Fruit baskets instead of peg baskets

  1. Sammy says:

    clarissa, it`s absolutely no problem for the weight of all kind of fruits or vegetables… it`s a solid vire inside.

    Mike Ross, yes, sorry! you are right, it`s DIGNITET on the photo. But in the meantime I changed it into BAREN because the two basic points were too tight and were bending into the middle (sorry for my english, my vocabulary for this subject is rare).

  2. Mike Ross says:

    I believe you meant DIGNITET rather than BAREN? At least from the photo, that’s how it seems.

  3. clarissa says:

    How much weight can they hold if they’re really just made to store clothespins?

  4. Sammy says:

    Thank you ;) The dimensions are Ø 17 cm, 9 cm high…

  5. Eglinton says:

    Ha Ha! This is a great idea! Amazing space solution for us living in apartments/condos etc! Love it!

  6. QC QC says:

    Really like this– it’s cute. Been looking for an excuse to buy those but since I already had clothespins couldn’t come up with a reason. Just wondering, though– what are the dimensions on the containers. They’re not listed on the website.

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