Longaberger stair basket are made of rattan and have louvers that are just wide enough apart to allow large clams to stay in the car while less – those who are illegally picking in some states – to slip through. They are a practical and frequently used tool in some parts of the country. If clamming is not your thing, use one of these sturdy Longaberger stair baskets to store magazines, newspapers or dog toys to give your room a rustic, coastal style. Do not clam baskets on a patio or space where water may cause the basket to rust.
Longaberger stair basket is another practical piece that can be displayed or used for other purposes than gathering loot from henhouse things. They are easy – hang on a hook by the door to throw notes, keys or receipts inside. Place small baskets throughout the house. Colorful baskets or baskets with an unusual shape could stand alone as an interesting part of the interior design, but most baskets will be more interesting if they contain anything. Small baskets on a coffee table can hold coasters or collections of vintage dice, seashells, photographs or stones.
Fill a medium sized Longaberger stair basket with towels, lotions and bath salts, and place it on the counter or the back of the toilet in the guest bathroom. Your visitors will appreciate the decorative, personal touch. Baskets can be a part of your dining table decoration too. Fill one with sliced bread, rolls or fruit and serve to your guests.