their toys where they belong every day.
4. Rotate toys.Once you have removed old, unloved and broken toys from the stash, you still may have more left than comfortably fits on the existing shelf space. Instead of rushing out to buy more storage, I urge you to give this age-old trick a try. Put about
child's toys out on display, then pack the rest away in bins and boxes. That may sound like a lot to put away, but if you give it a go I think you'll find cleanup time much easier. Plus, when it's time to rotate toys, the old ones will feel brand new.What if you have no closet space to spare? No problem
to hide toys in plain sight.Fill vintage suitcases with extra toys and stack them in a corner. Voilà! Instant décor.Use flat bins or baskets to store puzzles and books under the bed or crib.Stuff a beanbag chair or Moroccan leather pouf with dress-up clothes.Utilize a storage ottoman or steamer trunk as