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Stylish Storage Options Your Customers Will Love

Storage and organizational products are often practical, yet boring. Vibrant and fun solutions  can help customers fall in love with their space and keep them coming back to your store for more. Consider stocking these unique storage items to help your customers spruce up their homes as they get organized this year.

Ottomans. Ottomans are useful in almost every room of the house and fulfill various purposes. Consumers can store extra linens, games and anything else cluttering up their space inside while bringing more visual interest to their residence and adding an extra seat, table or footstool to any room. Hanover’s Plush Bull Critter Sitter Storage Ottoman can store toys in a child’s room or become a great talking point in a customer’s living room. Fabulaxe’s Modern Tufted Velvet Mushroom Shape Storage Ottoman brings a lively, vintage ambiance and is available in three different colors. 

Garden Hose Holders. Garden hoses can easily tangle and become an eyesore. Garden hose holders effortlessly remedy this storage problem. Liberty Garden’s #1917-G Steel Hose Pot with Copper Patina Finish keeps things simple and rustic, while Frontgate’s Freestanding Medallion Hose Reel brings a sophisticated flair to any outdoor space. Consider stocking Houzz’s Fairfield Garden Hose Bin to provide an option for consumers looking to completely hide their garden hose and deliver a modern flair to their outside area.

Desk Organizers. As the new year picks up and work gets hectic for consumers, they may be looking for trendy desk storage solutions. Wayfair’s Bamboo Rotating Pencil Holder can hold more than just writing utensils and spins for easy access to utensils. Provide organization and light to your customers’ desks with Etsy’s Rustic Desk Organizer lamp and declutter their office drawers with colorful Stacking Bin Sets of 5 from Three by Three Seattle. 

About Carly Froderman

Carly joined the NHPA staff in 2021 as an associate editor. Born and raised in Indiana, Carly earned a B.A. in English from Indiana University Bloomington. She enjoys reading, hiking, and cheering on the Indiana Hoosiers.

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