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3x Stacking Lidded Storage Boxes - White

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Keep your clutter under control with our solutions for kitchen storage!

These kitchen containers focus on a space-saving smart design that helps keep your cabinets, work surfaces or drawers in order.

Featuring built-in handles, these boxes are ideal for storing spices, dry foods and oils in kitchen drawers or counter tops.

The Compact series is modular so that all 3 boxes stack with lids and work together or separately depending on your needs.

The range are made from BPA free high quality material and are easy to keep clean.

Unless otherwise stated, all dimensions are external. Widths provided are measured at the widest point.

Compact M
Height 12 cm
Width 19.5 cm
Depth 29.5 cm
Compact S
Height 9 cm
Width 14 cm
Depth 20 cm
Compact XS
Height 7 cm
Width 9.5 cm
Depth 14.5 cm

STORE Plastics

As a staple of our business we are increasingly focused on using recycled materials where possible, many of our boxes are made from recycled polypropylene.  Our best selling recycling bins are a great example - stacking vertically to save on space and designed with household recycling in mind we thought what better than to make recycling containers from other than recycled plastic. Alongside some of our basic box creations we have some unusual storage boxes such as the VIP documents box - a waterproof box to keep insurance documents, deeds and passports inside in case of a flood. Thanks to the feedback of happy customer we also now have introduced a larger version with 50 litres of storage space - ideal for garden cushions or for use in damp sheds or garages over winter! Shop our in-house range of plastic boxes but don't forget we've many brands under our Plastic Boxes and also the Really Useful Boxes sections.

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