Blanket Boxes

Oak Blanket Box


Full of rustic charm, this delightful oak blanket box is as practical as it is great to look at, and will be a lovely addition to your home. Opening the lid reveals a well-sized storage...

Painted Blanket Box


With its traditional design and craftsmanship, this blanket box has been given a new lease of life by contrasting the traditional wood top with a colourful rejuvenation of the main body with a vibrant green...

Rustic Pine Chest


This rustic pine box is a very practical item and will bring a real sense of vintage charm to any home. The pine lid opens to reveal a good-sized space for storing toys or blankets and...

Restored Blanket Box


With its traditional design and rustic charm, this aesthetically appealing blanket box is both practical and versatile. Given its meticulous restoration, it will take pride of place in any traditional, vintage or more modern dwelling. ...

Old Georgian Blanket Box


This is an extremely eye-catching blanket box with characterful, aged wooden panels making this piece really stand out.The thick oak lid opens out to reveal a spacious storage compartment, great for storing away blankets, clothes...

Solid Pine Box


This charming blanket box is very practical and will bring a definite sense of traditional character to any home. The pine lid opens to reveal a compartment, perfect for tidily storing away blankets and spare bedding or...

Blanket boxes, or ottomans, are a classic piece of furniture that work perfectly in any room where extra storage is needed. They work very well in either a bedroom or living room, but a blanket box can be perfect for a landing or hallway where it can be utilised as both storage and also a seat. Blanket boxes are multifunctional and will hold a large number of items, such as spare bedding, towels and sheets, or even be used a as toy or shoe box in a downstairs room.

With a hinged top blanket boxes open fully to allow easy access to the storage space and some more unusual pieces come with either a drawer underneath or double doors too. We provide a range of styles from minimal painted blanket boxes to unique elaborate wooden boxes that have antique features.

If you don’t have space for a blanket box at the end of the bed and still need some extra storage in other rooms then a blanket box makes a perfect coffee table in a living room or spare seat in a dining room, looking great in a bay window, especially with a padded seat on top.

Painted blanket boxes suit a more modern home whereas a natural oak blanket box is suited to a traditional interior such as a cottage or older home. Restored Furniture’s team painstakingly refurbish a number of different blanket boxes, all unique and one-offs that would be ideal for any house’s interior.