By Dada Hansen. Kid's Room Storage. Published at Friday, March 02nd, 2018 - 14:12:13 PM.
One of the best ways to ensure those expensive toys get played with and not forgotten is to keep them in plain sight. But that presents its own problems with dust and general disorganization, not to mention keeping all the little pieces together and out of the dogs stomach. I like the clean lines and symmetrical look a row of storage containers provide when stacked on a wall of shelving. After selecting several clear containers with lids, I set out to fill the boxes with complete sets or like items that are often played with together.
If you chose the clear plastic variety, then the stored items may be seen from the outside (which will help the little guys) while remaining organized and streamlined (which will help you and the state of affairs in your play room). Each storage container has a multitude of uses so even after the kids grow up. You will still have a use for them.
Now its time to organize the stuff that stays into manageable and logical categories. First of all, books and reading materials. These have to be on bookshelves or kids book display shelves. Make them as accessible as possible. The books should be on eye level.
You know those clear boxes used for shoe storage? You could always use those keeping your kids toys, especially for the little toys that would get lost in big toy boxes. You can have one kind of toy per box. Like, one box for building blocks; one box for toy cars and one box for art supplies. This way, your kids can just grab one and play. No need to take all toys out, unlike if you are kid has only one box for all the toys.
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