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.
Kid's toy storage is usually very simple in design and easy to use. If you are buying a toy box, check for the safety features available. The lid of the box should be light. If it is heavy, make sure the lid is equipped with a gas-lift lid. This way, your kid can have access to the storage and the lid will close gentle which is safe for little fingers.. It is ideal if the toy box is on wheels or castors making it easy to move from room to room. In short, the toy box should be kid friendly.
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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