Plastic Tubs: These are simple, economical, and fairly simple for children to use. But what you save in money you pay for in visual appeal! These are a good option if your child has a large closet that these can be stored in. Pros: Cheap, customizable, organized (if you purchase a couple with smaller sized ones for accessories) Cons: May not last as long, not visually appealing. Note: tub options do not allow you to hang those princess dresses.
If the box is made of wood and it has a lid, examine if the box has tight-fitted hinges because they allow the box to stay half open. This avoids having their dainty little fingers from getting crushed by the lid when it falls shut. If you decide on storage boxes for kids with lids, see to it that you buy a box with an easy to open lid and a box that has a pretty tight lid that your kids can't easily open. The easy to open box will store toys that they can play without supervision and the other box will be used for toys that needs supervision such as toys with small parts.
Divide your child's shared bedroom into three obvious sections. You may choose to decorate each area in your child's chosen theme or divide the room with folding screen dividers. Each child should have a personal area with plenty of children's storage for toys, clothing, and other items. The remaining area should be a shared section of the room. The shared area may include an activity table or desk if there is not enough space in the separate areas, and should have kid's storage for shared toys and games.
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