If your house is anything like mine, then on any given day, at any given moment, it is very likely that one could break her neck tripping over a ball, jack-in-the-box, stuffed animal or any such silliness.
It seems that since Christmas my walk from the kitchen to the playroom has become even more perilous and something simply must be done before I find myself in a full body cast. I’ve been on the lookout for some unique storage options for a while and have finally completed the round-up just in time to save myself from real damage.
These rustic bins from When I Was Your Age are perfect to personalize with your child’s name. Wouldn’t it look lovely to have several lined up with each child’s name and their toys neatly tucked inside?
If you’re looking for a storage option with a modern twist then the customizable storage options by ViaBoxes may be the perfect fit for you. Choose a set and then customize it with colorful fronts, doors, shelves, racks and drawers.
I have always been a big fan of baskets and bins—a bin for the blocks, another for the cars, one for the coloring books. You can never have too many bins and this one by Dwell Studio is especially cute with its fun chocolate dot pattern.
Maybe you’re thinking you’ll just throw all those scattered toys in a cardboard box. Well, that’s not a bad idea if the box is as cute as this set by Green Lullaby. Made completely of recyclable corrugated cardboard, this fun set is sure to please even the pickiest parent.
Looking for a truly unique storage piece? This beautiful toy chest by Art for Kids is heirloom-quality and the perfect storage option for all of your little one's treasures.