A few years ago, I was sitting in the kitchen of my apartment, working with a color-coded packing box.
The box was full of boxes, so I decided to use a few for my projects and put the rest in a pile on the floor to be easily accessible.
But the color scheme had a few downsides.
My home is mostly white, and I wanted to keep things simple, so the boxes looked white.
Also, the boxes could be seen from different angles, which meant they could get lost in the shuffle and not be recognized.
So I started using colored boxes.
I’ve since switched to white boxes and bought a few boxes to start using for everything, like a kitchen countertop or a vanity mirror.
The color boxes have become so popular that a few retailers are now selling them for less than $100.
But they’re still expensive.
Here are the five most common colors that you can use to pack your home.