INSPIRATION: CANVAS BINS

An object says something about its user. – Unknown

As collectors, our belongings tell an evolving story about our lives. We often want our possessions to be present and visible, even when we tidy them.

Using simple vessels to gather our things allows us to better see the beauty of what they hold. This is why we sometimes prefer a jelly jar to a painted vase or plain butcher paper to colorful wrappings. An unadorned exterior lets what is inside stand out.

ALABAMA CHANIN - CANVAS BINS

Our reversible canvas bins organize sewing supplies, children’s toys, hand towels, and they fit easily in your home, office, or car. They are sewn from organic cotton canvas and hand-stenciled with a geometric motif, complemented by a solid neutral on the inside.

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  1. L. Miletta

    Any plans for selling organic canvas so people can stencil their own?
    My bedroom is a bit messy, and I could easily imagine having four or five bins like that in various colors to sort things out.
    Great design, as usual. Thanks for the closer look.

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    1. Alabama

      Hi,

      Thank you for your kind words! At this time, we do not plan to make our canvas available for purchase by the yard. We have limited colors (and quantities) reserved for our Home collection.

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