A collection of cube based storage units for kid’s rooms and playrooms available in white or stone. There are various sizes of unit starting with an upright 3 cube unit up to a 12 cube unit, and various options in between. There is also a range of 3-section storage benches with patterned seat cushions. The units can be accessorised with storage baskets which come in a range of designs and materials.
Abbeville Upright 3 Cube Unit – a vertical unit with 3 spaces. Ideal as a bookcase, or add baskets to make a compact and attractive storage solution. W37 × D33 × H103 cm. £115
Abbeville Four Cube Storage – a free-standing unit with 4 spaces, finished with a plinth base so it doesn’t look out of place if used in isolation. W69 × D33 × H70.5 cm. £135
Abbeville Storage Shelf Unit – a versatile unit with 3 cube sections in the base and a full-width shelf above. An ideal combined bookcase, storage and display idea. W102 × D33 × H70.5 cm. £190
Abbeville Twelve Cube Storage – this mammoth unit should certainly free up a bit of space in a busy playroom or shared bedroom. Ideally, you could add different coloured baskets to create a dramatic decorative effect, as well as increasing the storage capacity many times over. W102 × D33 × H135 cm. £295
Abbeville Storage Bench – not just a set of 3 storage cubbies but a handy bench seat too, complete with a patterned cushion available in 3 colours. W102 × D33 × H49 cm. £185
As you’ll see from the images above the addition of storage baskets really makes these units come into their own. And, because there are so many different designs, you can easily create a different look to suit the decor of their rooms.
Sold separately the baskets are priced from £16 – £24. You can choose from cotton canvas in 14 designs; woven plastic in white, blue, turquoise or pink; and, heavy duty oilcloth canvas available in 5 colours/designs.
On the face of it the Abbeville range looks pretty versatile, especially when teamed with other items in the range. For value, the individual pieces are expensive and the cost could mount up. But, at the end of the day, it’s an option to consider – even if you do eventually go for something more traditional and better value?
To see more examples, and all the different basket designs go to gltc.co.uk
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