Monday, September 10, 2012

Whitmor Inc Review


If you are the type of person like me then you like to have everything in it's place. When I came across this company called Whitmor I knew I would have to check them out. Having 2 little ones under 4 things can get a little unorganized and out of place. Today I will be talking about their Whitmor Kids '12 Bin Organizer this one is in the primary colors. I absolutely love this product I could see myself having this even if I didn't have kid's. It has so many spaces where you can keep up with everything and have it right there weather you use it for organizing your kid's items, to sewing, painting whatever you do I know this could be used in so many ways. And to top it off it doesn't take up any space either it is so slim. When I took all the kid's toy's out of there old play area and put them in the bins I had more space then ever before.

Our Story:
Under the leadership of the late Charles Whitman, Whitmor commenced business in 1946 in Brooklyn, Ny, as a pioneer in the manufacturing of garment bags. In 1961, Whitmor began a 48 year stay in Earle, Arkansas, during which time the company continually expanded it's product line. The late Donald Felsenthai was the heart and soul of our growth as a domestic manufacturer through the mid 1990's at which time the company began it's transition to overseas sourcing.

Whitmor '12 Bin Organizer will brighten up any room with it's primary colors the organizer is made from wood and has a racking system into which the bins are placed. These light weight bins can be carried by toddlers effortlessly. It is real easy to carry one of these bins from one room to another.

If you are looking for something to organize your kid's toys this item is perfect and it was so easy to put together!!!


Disclosure: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion, from either a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. 

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