Recommended breadbox brands include Martha Stewart, Lillian Vernon and Eva Solo as of 2015, according to a set of reviews by the New York Times. The bread boxes were assessed for style and functionality.
Alessi, Eva Solo and Michael Graves breadboxes are recommended for their aesthetics and high design quality. A breadbox by Lillian Vernon is not as stylish but keeps bread fresh well, and it is compact enough to use in a small kitchen. Lillian Vernon boxes have sliding doors that work well and stay open by themselves. By contrast, Martha Stewart's bread box is large enough to store multiple kinds of bread or keep a large boule in without cutting it in half.
Brabantia is the top-rated bread box brand on Amazon as of 2015, particularly their roll top model. Other highly-rated brands on Amazon include Acacia Woods, which produces an extra-large wooden bread box, and Now Designs, which produces brightly-colored bread bins in red, turquoise and white.
Popular bread box brands from Walmart as of 2015 include Point Gallery, which makes a cream oval box, Lipper, which makes bamboo roll top bread boxes, and Home Basics, which makes bread boxes in bamboo or stainless steel. The Progressive International adjustable bread keeper and Anchor stainless steel bread boxes are also highly rated.