Best Plastic Storage Shelves for Toys

Jul 20th

Plastic Storage Shelves – For a parent, keeping their children’s toys at check-in can be an ongoing battle. To create storage options while contributing to the decoration of your home. And make the most of your space, look at the options that can be reused as the child grows.

Plastic Storage Shelves For Basement

For a toy storage method that can grow with a child, use a combination of shelves and containers. Start with shelves of adjustable height. An economical option, you can find second-hand stores and paint them bright colors. Purchase canvas, plastic or woven baskets that fit on the shelves and use them to separate toys by type or size. Insert the containers into the shelf so that the children can take out the one they need. By doing so, you can help reduce clutter and provide a storage option that adds to the decoration of the room.

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If your child has a small bedroom, make the most of the space by storing toys under the bed. Choose a toy box on wheels with low sides that is light enough so that your child leaves easily. Look for one with a top so toys do not get stuck between the bed and the box. For a cheaper option, you can look for clear plastic sweater boxes. That can be purchased at most home supply stores and department stores. When the child grows out of the toys, you can use the boxes to store off-season clothing or items on the top shelf of a closet.