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They say cats are like potato chips; you can't have just one. Luckily you can build two with this colorful set. Made from sturdy, recycled, colorful cardboard, these lovely cats are a wonderful addition to your family. Experience all the affection without having to clean a litter box.
This piece would work well in a playroom or even a shared home office. The cubbies are perfect for organizing books, toys and special keepsakes. And you will love putting it together without any tools!
Cubby Bookshelf, Pink and White
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Nothing beats a storage piece that serves double-duty. This modern bin keeps books organized on one end and stores toys or other loose items from the top-loading lid. The fact that it's also made in the United States, painted with low-VOC, water-based polyurethane and arrives nearly fully assembled...
The MaudeToy Box with Book Cubby, Blue Lid and Inside Cubby
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Children and adults alike won't mind stashing toys in this stylish walnut-stained bin. The dual-opening lids make organizing books, stuffed animals and puzzles a breeze. And the midcentury design and made in the USA manufacturing will reflect your aesthetics and ethics.
The Gracie Toy Box, Walnut Stain
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This nightstand would surely stand the test of time with a growing child. It's the perfect size for holding a lamp, a few special keepsakes and a revolving stack of bedtime stories.
Kids Nightstand, White
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Who doesn't need more storage options in their kids' rooms? If my kids had these darling hanging baskets, I might actually be able to vacuum their floors more often.
I can think of a ton of ways to utilize this simple, clean storage bench. It could be great in an entryway as a catchall for shoes, umbrellas, hats and mittens; in the kids' room as both seating and a place to store toys; or as a pet station as a convenient place to hide bags of dog food, cat food...
I'm not generally a fan of open storage, but these flea market–inspired ball bins are too good looking to ignore. Just make sure you buy cute basketballs, okay?
SkipHop Bin-Go Large Storage Bin
If you want to do wall storage, Land of Nod's Storagepalooza cubbies are a great way to go. There are so many configuration options and lovely color choices. Plus, the open cubby system would make toy clean-up a breeze.
Organization is key when it comes to going back to school. These vibrant organizational items are so fun.
This storage unit makes for a great cubby area for toys — and it's stackable! I love using white storage units with lots of colorful toys.
These are perfect for a playroom, bathroom or bedroom. I'd love to use these to keep books organized in the playroom or washcloths together in the bathroom.
There are enough heavy things in life, toy chests shouldn't be one of them. Kids don't need to lug around heavy wooden toy boxes. Neither do Moms and Dads. These collapsible toy storage bins are light and easily portable. Yet, the Kangaroom Collapsible Toy Boxes are strong enough that you can...
Kids Collapsible Toy Box - Small - Pink
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Sometimes it can be nice to have a designated area for your kids in your workroom. That way, they can create alongside of you.
You can't go wrong with bin storage; clean up is as easy as tossing items into their designated bin! I love the clean look of this piece.
Bin Storage Unit
This pretty and colorful wall organizer could help corral kids' toys and smaller items that seem to take over the floor.
Probably the coolest toy box ever — a green Tolix Kids' metal bin on wheels! This would also be perfect for corralling all of our board games.
Badger Basket's storage bench is handsomely designed to organize kids' items. It features a cushy top for kids to sit down and put on shoes, and the three pull-out bins can store all of their things. Each kid can have their own bin so that shoes won't get mixed up.
This see-thru toy bin allows for toys to be put into three categories while showing themselves to your child through the side windows. Short and simple, this pared-down system will allow your child to get toys out and put them back on their own. Whew.
See - Thru Toy Bin in White
I adore these animal-themed fabric bins. They would be great to store paper and craft projects, or they could be used as paper recycling bins.
White Bin Table
This is a practical bath storage bin with a trap door that kids can open to let the toys pour out. Its design allows for plenty of airflow to dry toys and minimize mildew.
Bath Toy Bin
I'm all for keeping kids rooms organized, and this bin organizer does the trick. It comes with nine bins featuring different Disney princesses. It's great for storing arts and craft supplies, toys, and more.
Storage is key in a nursery! This canvas bin, made of 100-percent certified organic cotton, will hide away lots of toys and is printed with graphic numbers and letters.
Why use boring square storage bins in your kids' rooms when you can use these cute round animal bins? Available in the owl and monkey design, I think these bins would brighten any room. They're constructed with 100-percent organic canvas and 100-percent eco-spun felt made from recycled water...
These storage bins do double duty by providing a way to easily categorize toys while also serving as small tables.
DwellStudio's Owls Sky Cylinder Storage Bin is light enough to lift and tall enough to store lots of toys.
My boys have this exact toy bin. It holds a lot of toys. I especially love the larger bin at the bottom.
These cardboard boxes are not too large, so they could work for Legos. I like that they're cardboard, as it makes them lighter for carrying from one room to the next.
Every girl needs as much storage as possible. This bin is an exciting way to hide everyday clutter so that she can truly enjoy her space.
A simple hamper box is good if you have lots of leftover Lego pieces to store away somewhere. This one opens out into a play mat too.
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