Guest Picks: Stylish Toy Storage
20 ideas for organizing all those new toys once the holidays are over
Christmas is a time for giving, and kids tend to be given a lot! If you're looking for some ideas to store the masses of toys in a stylish way this holiday season, here are 20 to get you started. — Maddie from Li'l Magoolie
What kid wouldn't go crazy for an oversize LEGO block toy box?
Here's a toy box that's anything but square. This work of art would be as stylish in an adult's space as in a child's.
The Pomdrum is fun toy storage in a drum!
Turn your child's toy storage into a colorful street in Amsterdam.
This handmade toy box by Mod Mom Furniture also has a book nook included.
DwellStudio's Owls Sky bin is light enough to lift and tall enough to store lots of toys.
This handmade Wooli Snow Mountain box is part toy storage and part play backdrop.
Viaboxes are modular systems that can go from table to bookshelf formation depending on your room's size and shape.
This 3 Sprouts storage bin is totally foxy.
These wire baskets would add an industrial feel to your child's room while still allowing you to see what's inside.
This P'kolino toy box can be wheeled from room to room, and it doubles as a chalkboard desk.
Vintage suitcases add a retro feel to any room and are great as sturdy storage for kids' toys.
Set up shop while storing your toys with this vintage market shelf system.
It's an ottoman and it's storage. Win-win!
This toy box doubles as a changing table. It's a handy addition to any nursery.
Possibly too beautiful for a child's room, this golf-ball-like storage would also double nicely as a bench seat.
The Trunki toy box shown here is easy to move around and doubles as a ride-on toy.
Go for an industrial look with this metal locker basket storage.
The Childs & Co toy box opens outward and comes in vibrant color options.
Ideabook published on Dec. 23, 2011.
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