How can I store toys besides a toy box?


I need to no what else can I put toys in beside a toy box for my kids,because it's hard to fine one

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  • WildFlower WildFlower on Mar 12, 2019

    You might want to think of buying wooden crates the bigger ones painting them bright colors, also if you have more than one child put their names on them, so they know to put their toys in their own toy boxes... let them help. this will give them a sense of being helpful..

  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Mar 12, 2019

    Large storage containers. Look at thrift stores and antique shops, I see them all the time.

  • Homeroad Homeroad on Mar 12, 2019

    You can buy clear plastic bins from the Hardware store. You can decorate them or just the cover and label with the names of the toys.

  • Sal3170064 Sal3170064 on Mar 12, 2019

    You can use cardboard boxes that you can transform with material, twine or wallpaper.

    Or you can hang up vegetable baskets for smaller toys.

    You could also use linen baskets.

    • Bbunny42 Bbunny42 on Mar 13, 2019

      Also, you can cover cardboard boxes with Contac paper which would be more durable. I recommend the "original", not the "repositionable" kind for this project. Not quite as easy to work with, but IMO stays in place much better.

  • Janalee Hilt Janalee Hilt on Mar 13, 2019

    Try a laundry hamper or clothes basket.

  • JoLeen Bolton JoLeen Bolton on Mar 13, 2019

    For years I used one of those large colorful yardwork ruck buckets. You know, the ones with rope handles. My grandkids could drag it to wherever they wanted to play and then back out of sight before they went home. Nowadays, the toys are stashed in a decorative trunk right in the living room. Toys are out of sight with the lid on and, being upholstered, can be used as a footstool. Lots of good ideas out there. The trunk works best for my limited space.