storageLAB Woven Fabric Under Bed Storage, 2-Pack
Last updated date: October 9, 2020
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These underbed storage containers feature plastic structures so they keep their shape when not filled. This set includes two containers with durable chunky zippers, quality materials and sturdy handles for easy pull-out. In our analysis of 7 expert reviews, the storageLAB storageLAB Woven Fabric Under Bed Storage, 2-Pack placed 1st when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
CLEAN & ORGANIZE YOUR ROOM - your room will feel a whole lot bigger when you make use of some under-utilized space under the bed or in the closet. Put away things laying around or out-of-season items. STORE ANYTHING - from blankets and pillows, to out-of-season clothes and shoes, to books and toys, these storage containers have sturdy construction and can handle all types of storage needs. THE ONLY UNDER BED STORAGE with firm sides and bottom. Keeps their shape without being filled up. Durable handles so you can pull them out from under the bed without worry. Strong (chunky!) zippers and quality materials. LARGE CAPACITY - 33’’x17’’x6’’ and each holds 60 liters, that’s one large comforter or more than 20 articles of clothing (jackets, sweater, jeans).
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An Overview On Under Bed Storage
Clutter in a bedroom is a perennial problem, and even well-kept bedrooms need storage solutions for organizing seasonal clothes, linen sets, shoes and other items. Underbed storage containers are the perfect solution so that stored items don’t take up space in closets or other prime locations.
When choosing underbed storage containers, it’s important to consider dimensions, materials and durability. Since underbed containers are generally pulled out from under the bed for access, sturdy handles and construction are a must.
Another solution to the durability issue is plastic bins instead of cloth containers. Both options offer positives. Plastic bins isolate their contents from the elements, protecting them from dust, mold, mildew, moisture and unwanted scents. Breathable cloth or partially cloth containers keep contents fresh by allowing air circulation while still protecting against dust and mildew.
Under bed storage containers also come in a variety of sizes and configurations. Some have special storage compartments for shoes or other items. Some storage containers fold so they can themselves be put away when not in use, while others, like modular plastic bin models, may stack when empty.
Many under bed storage containers are flexible and collapse when not full, taking up less space, while others have structural support that ensures they retain their shape and dimensions even when not full.
DWYM Fun Fact
Bed configurations and their relationship to the space underneath them has varied widely across time and cultures. Many cultures don’t have space under a bed, while most American beds are elevated off the floor. Loft beds take this to the extreme, elevating a bed to eye-level and leaving room underneath for storage or a desk.
However, the closest relative to today’s under bed storage containers is the captain’s bed, in which the bed frame itself contains drawers or other storage. While a captain’s bed can provide sturdy and secure storage, a regular elevated bed with carefully selected under bed storage containers often provides more flexibility and makes more use of the space under the bed.
The Under Bed Storage Buying Guide
- Take measurements of your underbed space, including width, length and height, and shop according to what your space can accommodate.
- Some storage containers are optimized for linens, some for clothes, some for shoes and so on. Plan what you want to store and shop accordingly (not the other way around, with shopping coming first).
- Look for storage containers made with nonwoven fabric. Nonwoven fabric provides greater protection against liquids and bacteria, can stretch if needed and is resistant to tearing.
- Double-ended zippers are a great feature to look for so you can open the container from any side.