Polyp: A Creative Solution for Laundry Mess

June 15, 2010 | By | Comments (1)

German designer Helene Steiner has created a visually appealing, incredibly organized, and functional laundry hamper system I wanted to share with you. The Polyp is a series of three hampers (lights, darks, delicates) that hang on the wall, pop out when full, and then transform into baskets to carry your laundry in to your laundry room.



From the description of the Polyp on Steiner’s site:

polyp is a laundry-basket – and an ornament on the wall. just put the laundry through the hole in front of the basket. if it wells forth, the basket is full – the quantity just fits to load the washing machine.
the hole of the laundry basket is concave, so nothing can fall out when the basket is put off the wall. the basket can be carried easily, due to its form. the laundry is well assorted in a few baskets. attached to each other the baskets compose an interesting ornament on the wall.

To learn more about the availability of the design, contact Helene Steiner through the Info section on her website. Thanks to NotCot for the head’s up about this great organizing product. Images by Helene Steiner.