SHOPPERS are wowed by Primark’s ‘life-changing’ storage boxes – and they will only set you back £3 each.
The much-loved store has hit the news with its latest affordable product fans are loving.
The genius home storage is great for storing all kinds of things.
Primark’s description on their website reads: “Who doesn’t love home storage!? This medium plastic crate has to be one of our favourites for everything in our home.
“From storing food overstock, paperwork or transporting shopping to and from the car, a storage crate never fails to come in handy.”
Designed to be easy to use, the storage box can be easily folded away.
What’s more, it has handles on all four edges, so is simple to carry from every angle.
The retailer shared a post on Instagram to show off their newest product, tagging a reel by Instagram user @baytkalthoum showcasing it.
It comes as the cost of living crisis means many are looking for cheap ways to make the most of their space.
The post read: “Colorful organising with @baytkalthoum 💓 Crate storage boxes from £3/€3.50 #PrimarkHome.”
Shared by the @primark.home account, the post racked up a whopping 3,600 likes – and shows no sign of slowing down.
Fans have gone wild over the colourful product, and many took to the comments section to share their delight.
One found the video and product satisfying, saying: “Could watch this all day.”
Another chimed in: “Colour-coding for storage would work great with these.”
The creator of the reel @baytkalthoum responded to the post: “Life changing! I love my pantry. Thank you for the repost.”
This is not the first time Primark products have proved to be super popular.
Shoppers have also been lusting after the bargain store’s new printed pyjama sets that will make the perfect present for Valentine’s Day.
One fan took to TikTok to share a video from her local Primark, showing the nightwear section full of the satin two-pieces.
Meanwhile, shoppers are loving Primark’s new Bambi-themed baby range, launched just one day after Molly-Mae Hague announced the name of her daughter.
Plus, this mum was left pleasantly surprised by Primark’s home section after confessing she’s not usually a fan of the bargain shop.