BigBag storage bag: pretty, practical, light, flexible
- dimensions : 45 x 50 x 24 cm
- weight : 190g
- zipper closure
- Swedish design
- made in China
FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :
3 good reasons
- you have small cupboards or a closet that's not quite big enough and you need a good storage solution for rotating your summer and winter clothes.
- you wouldn't call yourself a clean freak, but OK, maybe a little, and you find that the big bag storage solution is the answer to keeping things tidy.
- you are aware that a soft bag is much more functional than a solid box for storing, organizing, archiving, hiding, stocking, or sorting your stuff.
how does it work?
- first, figure out how many bags you need.
- decide if you prefer to use matching bags or several different colours.
BLACK with WHITE polka dots
GREEN with WHITE polka dots
PURPLE with WHITE polka dots
RED with WHITE polka dots
BLACK with WHITE stripes
You use your bags for extra storage space
You don't have a place to hide your bags? In that case, choose matching bags, that way even if they are piled in the middle of the room our stashed under a shelf, there is no risk of making a decor gaff.
You use your bags to sort and store your out-of-season clothes
You have storage space, but not enough of it. You like your closets to be filled but not stuffed, so in order to keep things livable, you store your summer clothes in winter and vice versa. The only problem is that in the middle of July, you might need a few ski clothes because you are planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. In this case, try a colour code: red for skirts and dresses, green for t-shirts and sweaters, black for jackets and coats. Or whatever you think is best.
You use your bags for long-term storage
There are two ways to store things for the long term: store so it doesn't get thrown away, and store so you can find it again. If you want to make sure something doesn't get thrown away, it means that you don't need said thing any more but your are attached to it for one reason or another. In that case, put all of these things in a box, tape it up, and stick it in the back of your basement. You will then have the pleasure of finding these relics in 15 or 20 years. If, on the other hand, you actually want to find the items again in the near future, store them in a bag that you have carefully labeled, and store it in a place that is more or less accessible. You can also use colour codes to make it even easier to find. For example: store all of Hector's nursery school masterpieces in the green BigBag, and all of Zoe's in the purple one. Note that these bags can easily accommodate drawings as well as pottery and noodle necklaces.
You use your bag to store your everyday mess
Ideal for bedrooms of children or teenagers. For the littlest ones, you can try the following idea: in the red bag, put all the Legos, in the green, the Playmobils, in the purple, the dolls and stuffed animals, and in the black, all the rest! And presto! Everything disappears in the blink of an eye. For teenagers, it would work something like this: in the red, the clothes lying on the floor, in the green the sports equipment (also lying on the floor), and in the black, the CDs and CD-Roms that are lying around, and in the purple, everything else! That way, at least you can vacuum the room.
You find your BigBags so pretty that you want to use them as a shopping bag
These storage bags are very light. You can use them for shopping or running errands, carrying your picnic, wrapping a big present, or packing your daughters things for sleeping over at a friend's house. In short, this is a pretty bag that serves many purposes, and is much cuter than the one that you buy at the check out counter at the supermarket. Not only that, this one closes.
light - in general, storage boxes and bags are heavy. This one is light and will not add extra weight once you've filled it.
fun design - a fresh, colourful design that adapts to multiple situations. Black for men, purple for women, green for the kitchen, striped for the office, or red for the bedroom.
flexible - flexible and therefore, bendable. With a little bit of effort you can stuff it in that little corner on the top shelf of the closet. And when not in use, the bag folds up and takes up very little space.