A lot of the baskets we collected then are either hanging from the kitchen ceiling or scattered around the house, in use, to store towels, books and magazines, plants, or blankets, such as this large antique gathering basket:
Of course, as an Etsy seller, I sometimes part with some of our vintage basket finds, like these (find them here and here and here):
here and here--and check out how great they look filled with fruit or books):
like this hand painted one made in Portugal:
This silver plated vintage Bride's Basket is another beauty:
And I have another Pinterest board just for Wall Basket Decor here.
All the baskets currently in my shop can be found here.
There's a tour of my house, showing all of the baskets on my ceiling and elsewhere (although probably looking a little bit different because I might have sold some or purchased others)--this can be found in the "About" section of my shop--if you scroll over to the fourth picture, you'll see the video.
The great thing about shopping for and collecting baskets is that they can still be found in garage or church sales or auctions and estate sales. Or from Etsy shops ~ just put "vintage baskets" in the search bar and check out a few thousand!