Plastic Storage Boxes - Our Pick of the Best

Looking for storage solutions? From sturdy and stackable to quirky and colourful, we’ve picked a selection of the best plastic storage boxes

Storage, can you ever have enough? Not when there are so many clever and quirky styles to suit your ever-changing storage needs. Add clothing boxes to a wardrobe, the perfect new home for woolly jumpers or choose a pretty pink storage unit decorated with hearts to help keep a child’s bedroom tidy. Organise the loft or garage with large stackable boxes or opt for colourful designs for a home office or playroom – anywhere it’s likely to be out on show. Plastic storage need not be boring, see our selection of the best buys

Foldable Jumper Storage Box

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1. Foldable Jumper Storage Box


Dimensions: H25 W40 D40cm

Ideal for storing pullovers and sweaters. Line them up on a shelf, stack them in the bottom of your wardrobe or put them under the bed. Made of opaque plastic, secured with metal poppers. 

Foldable Jumper Storage Box, £9, The Holding Company

Kupol Pull-out Storage

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2. Kupol Pull-out Storage


Dimensions: H21 W56 D35cm

This handy storage box comes with castors making it easy to move. Ideal for use as under bed storage.

Kupol Pull-out Storage, £23, Ikea

Strata Supa Nova Box

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3. Strata Supa Nova Box


Dimensions: H18 W24.5 D34cm

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This large Supa Nova box provides ample storage space, with an easy access lid. The zesty lime shade is sure to add a splash of cheerful colour to any home. Can hold 10 litres. 

Strata Supa Nova Box, £4, Homebase

Copenhagen Frost Perspex Storage Box

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4. Copenhagen Frost Perspex Storage Box


Dimensions: H10 W15 D15cm

A perspex storage box in a cool, Scandi shade bringing warmth and texture to clean, minimal style. Natural meets modern, adding new depth and a contemporary lightness to the home.

Copenhagen Frost Perspex Storage Box, £15, John Lewis

The Ultimate Box a clear plastic storage box with lid

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5. The Ultimate Box


Dimensions: H30 W50 D41cm

Due to the rubber seal this design is weatherproof so can be used outside in a shed, garage or in the loft without damp getting in. Great for storing garden cushions and toys, they are superb for looking after books, sleeping bags, walking clothing and more.

The Ultimate Box, £22, Lakeland

yellow Lego storage box

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6. Lego Storage Brick


Dimensions: H18 W50 D25cm

Designed to look just like an oversized LEGO brick, this fun storage box is stackable, so if you have more than one, you can have even more fun stacking them up. Add a touch of retro to the office or tidy up miscellaneous bits around the house. 

Lego Storage Brick, £23, I Want One of Those

Plastic Stackable Storage

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7. Plastic Stackable Storage


Dimensions: H28.5 W41 D37.5cm

These hinge top plastic box can be easily stacked. Great for separating your recycling, they can also be used for storage around your home or in the garage. 

Plastic Stackable Storage, £12, John Lewis

Form Plastic Storage Box

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8. Form Plastic Storage Box


Dimensions: H18 W46 D36cm

This storage box is not only great for storing and protecting your goods, it's colourful graphic pattern will brighten up your home office or wardrobe no end. 

Form Plastic Storage Box, £8, B&Q

3 Drawer Pink Storage Tower

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9. 3 Drawer Pink Storage Tower


Dimensions: H63 W40 D40cm

This 3 drawer storage tower is perfect for a pink themed bedroom. The unit comes with a pink hearts design and there's plenty of space to stash all the kids' toys and games.

3 Drawer Pink Storage Tower, £12, Wilko

clear plastic storage box with lid and handles

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10. Really Useful Crate


Dimensions: H31 W71 D44cm

Durable and strong clear storage crate with locking lid to protect items inside. Lid allows stacking of boxes to maximise space. Plastic. 

Really Useful Crate, £13, Wickes


Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.