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Manuel Sequeira Architecte D.P.L.G
6 Reviews
Appartement Paris 12 - 65m2
Ideabooks604
Questions1
hide away toy box in the kids room.
It continues with books, craft supplies, building blocks, and all kinds of toys into childhood. It later moves towards sporting equipment and a bulging wardrobe
Like they have a roll tube of toys...Rolling toy box...love the toy box that...Toy box!...Toy box idea...The hidden toy box...Hidden toy cart...Box toys...built in toy storage...toy storage boxes...wooden toys
“Like the idea of rollout boxes that could be hidden behind the mirrored cupboards” — kast4
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Tara Seawright
2 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks15,333
Questions17
built-in, flush cabinet; the pop of color, as they say, in curtain and bath toys brings fun!
14. Tackle tub toys and shower curtains. Stop moisture-loving mildew from growing in the tub and bath-toy bin by drying toys immediately after bath
hooded towels, special soaps, toothbrushes that spin and bath toys. Good golly, the bath toys alone need their own cabinet! The cute cupboard over the toilet
hooded towels, special soaps, toothbrushes that spin and bath toys. Good grief, the bath toys alone need their own cupboard! The cute cupboard over the toilet
bath time. Once a week, clean each toy with a child-friendly cleaner like Dapple Baby's surface cleaner, which is free of parabens, phthalates, dioxane and
“Haley's bathroom” — Nicole Levak
Anthology Interiors
6 Reviews
A Playroom Fit for a Trio of Modern Girls
Ideabooks2,296
Questions1
chalk board style signs to identify toys
are so flexible,” she says. Here larger sculptural items (the horses) and toys that come in their own boxes (games) are grouped together, while smaller
refinements and find a home for everything that’s left. Continue winnowing down toys, games, and clothes, using the top 10 method.Make a separate stack of clothes
Board games on one shelf, puzzles on another and so on.Categorize small toys and put them in separate bins or baskets. (for instance, small plastic animals
toy storage idea for kids area
“Organization” — jessiellen07
Rusk Renovations
10 Reviews
Downtown traditional loft
Ideabooks7,840
Questions3
cabinet for toys...toy storage...Toy chest/bookcase...Toy shelf
“lighting” — Stephanie DuVarney
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Custom Built Wheelchair Accessible Home In Clovelly Trails
Ideabooks1,314
Questions0
clear, labeled boxes with lids and labels are a godsend for organizing tiny toys and game pieces. Keep them on a high shelf, and when you want to rotate some
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“plastic bins help with the organization” — mtaung
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
Ideabooks3,790
Questions2
If your home is like mine and lacks a playroom, consider adding shelving to your children's closets to store toys. Large baskets
pint-sized clothing. Install a couple of shelves and cubbies that can hold small toys and books. This helps to make the best use of closet space and frees up precious
to find and, more importantly, easy to put away. If you’re arranging the toy shelf, put the items the kids use most often at the bottom and those less
big space on bottom for large toy bin
“1/2 and 1/2” — Elizabeth Lofton
Bernardo & Jose Lew Kirsch
Departamento CGB
Ideabooks1,956
Questions4
Toy storage and open into outdoor
toy storage...Toy organizer...The storage for kids toys
“Kids play area” — scottward21
Peregrine Design Build
16 Reviews
Basement Renovation
Ideabooks46,687
Questions10
This is a custom storage system we designed to hold toys and games.
under the stair colourful cubbies for children's toys/books/games.
Streamline the toys. If you have children, you know how hard it can be to keep things simple. Think of yourselves as the Buckingham Palace guards of what
what comes into your home. Less toys makes for more creative play, studies show.
of your basement for organized storage. Display household items, games and toys as decor.
Built-in bookshelves across the wall of a basement can corral anything from toys to throw blankets to ski gear.
“Toy organizer” — rtodd7
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