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Who says your laundry basket can't be part of your décor as well? Brooke & Nora at Home sure thinks it can be! Their laundry basket is made out of a stylish canvas that features a saying on it that's more than likely true for most of us. Its rope handles add a stylish accent that are sturdy as well. Able to hold up to 15 lbs, simply collapse the canvas basket and slide it under a bed or behind the laundry room door until the next laundry day!

Canvas Laundry Basket Details

  • The canvas build creates an appealing style
  • Rope handles are sturdy & stylish
  • Fun sayings on basket brightens up laundry space
  • Water-resistant inner liner
  • Holds up to 15 lbs
  • Materials: 75% polyester, 25% cotton
  • Made in China


  • 16"W x 19-3/4"H
  • 0.75 lbs

Please Note: Do not iron, bleach or wash with fabric softener. Spot clean only with a damp cloth.

About the Collection
Discover the magic of goat milk soap with Brooke & Nora at Home, named after her twins, Rachel Bollin made it her mission to rid her home of the harsh chemicals found in many popular cleaning products. Through months of trial and error, she discovered that goat milk soap made an extremely effective base for laundry detergent that was both effective and gentle on sensitive skin. Following this success, she developed additional products including dryer balls, essential oil blends, stain sticks and laundry baskets. Brooke & Nora at Home continues to be a family affair with Rachel being inspired by her children, her mother developing iconic characters like Daisy the goat and Sally the sheep, and new products aimed at eliminating unnatural substances from your cleaning and your space.

Brooke & Nora at Home
Clean with the magic of goat milk

Heather BollinAbout the Expert
Rachel Bollin is a wife and mother of twins, Brooke and Nora. She created Brooke & Nora Laundry in 2013 when her twins were infants. After finding out that her husband developed serious health issues, she wanted to remove any household chemicals. Disappointed that she couldn’t find products that satisfied her needs and expectations, she started formulating her own. It took months of research and development before she had perfected her first products that included her goat milk laundry soap. Having 20 years of sales experience, she then started selling her laundry soap to people in her neighborhood. Things grew rapidly from there. Rachel lives in Corona, CA with her family and their pets, including their goat Daisy.