By Belda Martin. Kid's Room Storage. Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 11:50:01 AM.
Kid friendly storage, consider purchasing open-front stackable bins that will keep toys off the floor where they might cause someone to trip, yet let kids retrieve playthings without assistance. Stackable units are a blessing if your child has more toys than one bin can hold. Tow toys that dont get daily use in a large plastic box. Because kids can always keep an eye on the contents, they probably wont protest. Stash boxes of second-string toys in the back of a closet or under a bed.
Next come games and toys. Obviously not everything can be at eye level and easily accessible, so try to figure out which toys and games are most popular. Anything that is stored higher up should be visible to the kids. I am a big believer in baskets and storage bins. While the containers that the toys come in are more colorful and eye-catching, they waste a lot of space since they are all different shapes and sizes.
Here are some tips for adding storage to your kids room that are fast and easy: Buy and use a closet organizer for added space and to make it easy for your child to keep his or her clothing put away. Some come with shelves or drawers and others have two poles for hanging up clothing.
Adding shelves to one wall will give you a large space where toys and stuffed animals can be stored. This also puts everything within the childs reach and makes it easy for them to get their toys and to put them away again. Using storage containers that fit under the bed is an excellent way to store out of season clothing so you will have more space for the ones that are needed.
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