Blanket Boxes

Antique Pine Chest


This charming rustic pine chest will add lots of character and style to your home and would be well suited in a hallway or bedroom.The thick pine lid opens out to reveal a deep and...

Old Pine Storage Chest


This is an extremely eye-catching and rustic storage chest with bags of character and unique personal features making this a real stand out piece of furniture. Perfectly suited to a landing, bedroom or hallway this...

Restored Blanket Box


With its traditional design and robust build, this blanket box has been given a new lease of life by stripping away the old finish and replaced with a new silky and sheen-like finish. It is...

Painted 'Shabby' 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 subtle green...

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.