Sunday, December 11, 2011

Medina Basket Review Holiday Gift Guide



Medina Baskets sells beautiful hand-woven baskets from around the world. These very stylish and sturdy baskets have a wide variety of uses. From shopping to storage to wine toting, they are a wonderful addition to any home. The Market Basket is an absolute classic, perfectly chic for shopping at the farmer's market, the flea market, or anywhere. It also makes a great warm weather beach tote. The Garden Baskets are made from palm leaf, jute, and water reed and are made to take exposure to water. These extremely sturdy baskets can be used to carry all your fruits, veggies and flowers. The Tote Baskets come in a range of styles, colors and weaves. There are so many different uses for these, such as shopping, carrying your library books, your laptop, or even using it as a briefcase.


 I was lucky enough to be sent for review the Rivets Basket. From the moment I opened the box I was thrilled with how beautiful these baskets are. They are a set of two, each carefully woven and trimmed with leather, and have leather handles. I just love, love, love them and I know that I will be keeping them and using them for many years to come. These baskets are beauty and function at their best. Medina Baskets also offers baskets for home storage, brightly colored jute totes, Mexican Palm Baskets and more. Visit their website at medinabaskets.com to see all their products and to learn more about Medina's story and history. All of the baskets are made in Morocco, Mexico, Ghana and Bangladesh. This provides employment for nearby villagers and their families. If you are looking for a truly special gift that will last and give pleasure for years to come, I suggest you shop at Medina Baskets.


 
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*I was not paid or compensated for this post. The opinions in this post are 100% mine. I was provided the products mentioned in this post to review for this post by the Company / PR Company.
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