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Vanessa Brunner added this to
Playful cube storage units were custom designed and painted in bright colors to (hopefully) encourage the children to put their toys away. Everything in this basement — the materials, products, and finishes — were chosen for their low- or zero-VOC and high recycled content. More: Below Ground Beauty: Making the Most of Basement SpaceBeat the Heat: Escape to the BasementCool, Contemporary Wine Storage
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9. Get clean. Sometimes kids actually enjoy picking up after themselves and organizing toys. It's also a good way to expend more energy — a win-win for you!
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6. Color-coordinated wall storage. Why hide toys away when everything from books and board games to furry toys and sci-fi paraphernalia can create a colorful display? Add plastic storage boxes for smaller pieces, such as Legos and puzzles, and if the shelves are still too messy for your liking, opt for doors on some of the shelving units.