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Windowed boxes (on the left) covered in tweed make it possible to find a specific sweater in an instant. Magnetic catch-and-pull tabs ensure that the lids close tightly.

Comments (17)

Anonymous
March 16, 2009
Regarding the need for a close-up, I learned a great trick from another person on the site: you hold down the Ctrl button on the lower left side of the keyboard at the same time you use the scroll wheel of the mouse. Voila! You can zoom in and out. Itn n n n n n s a little bit tricky to get it back to the original size when you go on to the next page, but you can always close the window and reopen it, and that should put everything back to the original size. As far as sources, I have to say I agree
Anonymous
March 16, 2009
I have several of these and love them. I purchased mine online from The Container Story. In the past I have had problems with moths eating holes into my cahmere sweaters. Problem solved!
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
These boxes are wonderfull. Buy when on sale. One will store 4 mens sweaters when folded to size of box. Use plastic chopping mats(cheap kitchen supply)between each sweater and pull any sweater out or reinsert without any problem. Lenghth of mat fits witdth of box
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
The majority of the box is covered in tweed, but the front has a clear window to see the contents. If you look at the picture, they're on the far left next to the top rack of hanging clothes. At first glance they just look like stacks on shelves, though.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
"how can you see what's in it if it's covered in tweed?" That's what I'd like to know.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
It looks good
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
how can you see what's in it if it's covered in tweed?t
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
I've seen these boxes sold at the Container Store.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
Great idea of sealed boxes esp if you have ever had a moth or cricket lunch on your wool or silk items.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
Am sure the idea of sealed boxes is excellent esp if you have ever had a moth or cricket snack on a wool or silk sweater or other clothing item.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
If I had this much space in my home I'd use it for quilting! My "wardrobe" could live in the coat closet.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
That's not a closet - that's a room I'm envious. Not one of the best ideas - pretty, but dumb.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
The price of these boxes are generally so expensive they re not worth the expense for storing 1 sweater per box
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
The container store sells them.
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
Where's the tweed?
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
Where's the tweed?
Anonymous
March 14, 2009
I'm pretty sure these are the same (or similar) boxes as sold by The Container Store. You can go to their website to get a better view. They really are nice -- but expensive.