Of course, the most important thing that you want to ensure is your children's safety. Storage containers that have smooth and rounded edges are excellent for your kids' room since they are more child-friendly. Small storage boxes that can be placed inside their cabinet or under their beds are also good options.
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.
Provide each child with their own personal kid's storage for treasures and items they want to keep private. Night tables with a drawer and shelf are great for notebooks, journals, favorite toys, and books. A personal shelf beside each bed will work just as well for children sharing bunk beds or a room with limited space. Locking boxes for each child will allow privacy for their individual treasures. Children's storage bins that hide away beneath the bed are also a great way to give each child their own storage space.
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