Houzz Products: A Most Colorful Kids' SpaceContemporary Kids
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Quick cleanup bag. Toy storage bags, like the Swoop bag shown here, are designed with cleanup of small toys like Lego bricks in mind. Just open up the drawstring top and play on the floor, then swoop it together when it’s cleanup time. This method of storage is best for kids who would rather have one big mixed-up mess of Lego bricks to work with than fuss with little bins.
4. Get CubedStorage cubes are a fantastic option for a shared children’s bedroom. Today’s cubed pieces have come a long way from the plain white squares of days gone by. The market has now created a range of styles, from colorful stacked cubbies to rounded cubes that can be hung on a wall. One of these styles is sure to make a splash in your children’s room.Cubes are great because they are flexible, and because they are ideal for incorporating bins or baskets for each child and their objects. The portability and assigned use of the baskets is helpful when teaching your kids to clean up. Tommy’s stuffed animals go in the blue basket. Sarah’s dolls go in the yellow basket. In a shared bedroom, assigning defined spaces is crucial for each child’s budding personality.