I think Beck has about five toys total yet they always seem to be sitting out in the open. Before we collect anymore, I want to figure out a storage solution for them so I’m not left drowning in toys that end up stuffed in the closet. I guess you could call it preventative measures. Here are some solutions I’ve come across that are smart and attractive.
Glass jars are an attractive option for older kids and all their colorful baubles.
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I like the mix of storage options here – the attractive ones on display, wire baskets for similar type toys, and white boxes for odds and ends.
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This was a diy project that turned out to be the most attractive toy box I’ve ever come across.
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I love this creative workspace with the wall mounted storage for markers and crayons. A setup like this would encourage creative play.
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If you have an extensive toy car collection, buy a metal knife holder for a clever and practical display.
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Joel is quite the handyman dad proven by this storage bench he designed and built. I love the multi-functionality of it.
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Once I saw this photo I was on the hunt for wire storage baskets. I love the industrial look.
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The number label system on these baskets helps keep things even more organized plus it adds a decorative touch.
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This play table also functions as a coffee table. It’s smart to store toys in an area that the family gathers the most often.
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Add some interest with varying sizes of stacked wooden boxes lined with patterned paper. Nobody said storage has to be boring.
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