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I use two huge laundry baskets to store his toys and keep us from walking over plastic cars and stuffed animals. And, don’t even get me started on the number of batteries strewn around for all those remote-controlled jeeps, aeroplanes and cars. This is what one calls grandparent indulgence! Anyways, so I’ve figured that the laundry basket system is not a very efficient one as one has to dig deep into the pile and pour the stuff over to find what you are looking for.
Here are a few that caught my attention. Loft beds such as the one below in particular, are great for storage. Look at the boxes underneath every step of the staircase.
Open shelves with wicker baskets are my all time favorite as they are easy to organize and to store not just toys but other knick-knack as well such books, CDs/DVDs, crayons, and stuffed toys. The only downside is it tends to take up considerable floor space. But I would prefer these any day to metal bins on grounds of safety.
Bright red works well for this setting…
Over to the readers of this blog: you’ve got creative toy storage ideas for a small-space? Share them with us.
In other news, I’m currently visiting my parents’; the Internet connection is slow and flaky, so I’ll be posting alternate days for the next two weeks.
Loft Bed – Flickr
Open Shelving – Flickr
Wicker Basket – AT