12 Incredible Ideas for Toy Storage





Making sure that your children tidy up and clean up their toys after playing may be difficult. No matter how they put their toys back in place, it might not look tidy enough and inviting. Here are 12 ideas on how to help make your children’s toy tidying up easier and cleaner. With these ideas your children get to have fun and easy way to clean up and tidy up after playing.

1. Bench Shelves

1. Bench Shelves

This is quite an incredible idea. This bench can have as many shelves as you want them to be or as you see needed for your children’s toys. The shelves will be more helpful and easy to use if they are open. This will mean your children would find it easy to access their toys and put them back again. Because the shelves are placed under the bench, they are low enough for the children to easily use.

2. Storage Baskets

2. Storage Baskets

Storage baskets are very convenient for your children. They can easily be moved so to be placed were the toys are so to make it easier for your children to tidy up. The baskets can be of any color, whether bright and playful or a bit more on the dull side, for calmness and relaxation. It all can depend on your children’s preference. The baskets can also be of different sizes so to cater for different sized toys. The baskets can also be placed underneath a cushioned bench so to save up space.

3. Shelves and Baskets

3. Shelves and Baskets

This idea is the perfect combination of both baskets and shelves for toy storage. You can have the shelves made in unique shapes so to make it more fun for your children and so to create a sense of playfulness as well. The baskets can be placed on the shelves. This idea provides the advantages of both the shelves and the baskets.

4. Cloth basket hooks

4. Cloth basket hooks

This idea is a whole lot on the different side of things. It is quite unique and creative as well. The clothe baskets can also be removed from the hooks and easily placed back again. You can have as much layers of hooks as you see necessary. You can decide to use the very top, hard to reach hooks to place toys that you want only the bigger children to have access to.

5. Fluffy Toy Cage

5. Fluffy Toy Cage

For those big and fluffy toys, this is a great idea! In this play cage, your children can keep their big fluffy stuffed toys. This cage can be used together with shelves. On the shelves, the smaller toys can be kept, and in the cage, the larger toys. The big gaps can allow easy access to the toys, so your children will be able to easily get the toy they want and just as easily put the toys back.

6. Shelves and storage containers

6. Shelves and storage containers

Shelves are always a good idea when it comes to storage. To make it even more fun and playfully, there can be the use of storage containers as well. The storage containers do not have to be plain, ordinary and boring looking, they can be shaped in different and creative ways. For example, the storage containers can be shaped as bigger versions of some toy. Your children are very much so likely to appreciate this idea.

7. Colored Baskets

7. Colored Baskets

These cloth baskets are not plain and boring. You can make sure that the baskets are of different fun colors. Your children might want to use their favorite colors for the baskets. The colors will also make the playroom or any other room the toy baskets are in look bright and colorful. The baskets can also be put in a certain order to show perfect color coordination.

8. Colorful wall shelves

8. Colorful wall shelves

Divided wall shelves are an incredible idea for toy storage. The different division can be painted into different colors. You can choose to use complementary colors. This will make the shelves quite outstanding. You can use complementary colors such as blue and orange, purple and yellow and may other complementary colors.

9. Under Bed Drawers

9. Under Bed Drawers

For some toys that need particular ways of storage, this is a great idea. For toys such as train sets, this would a perfect idea. The drawer can also be used for other toys that come in sets that need building and should not be dismantled. The drawer under the bed can easily be pushed back under the bed after the children finish playing with the toys.

10. Mahogany Drawers

10. Mahogany Drawers

These are simple open drawers. The color is strong and just as well simple. The openness of the drawers allow easy access for your children to the toys.

11. Wooden Crates

11. Wooden Crates

Wooden crates are also a simple but useful. The crates can be placed on the floor, underneath some shelves on book cases. The crates should be placed where your children can easily access the toys.

12. Tall Cage

12. Tall Cage

Stuffed animals and other stuffed and fluffy toys are best kept in a cage. The many colors of the stuffed toys will make the room brighter and invinting.

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