3 Easy and Cheap Toy Storage Solutions

Before you start throwing away all of your kids’ toys because there is just not enough room in the house for your wine supply and their play things, crack open a bottle and check out these storage tips!

  1. Get Some Big Ass Baskets
    Pick a style that fits the mood for whatever room you’ll add them to. It’s safe to add one or 2 to each room in the house in case your kids are like mine and don’t care if they have two designated play areas, they want to play wherever the hell they want.

    We have 2 in the living room that we use for blankets and pillows, but also if I want to quickly make the living room not look like crap, I throw toys in there and clean it out at the end of the week. It’s also easy clean up for the kids. Just have them put their toys in the baskets when they’re done and later that day or several days later, you can put the toys where they belong.

    Click Here to get the ones I have at home!
  2. Get Storage Cubes
    This one is a no-brainer, but you can make it more fun for the kids by getting colorful drawers. You can put them in empty shelf cubes, line them on top of a counter or even line them at the edge under the bed for hideaway storage.

    Here are the ones I just got recently!
  3. Get Fillable Bean Bag Chairs
    This idea was always so cute to me, and we finally grabbed some of our own. We got a blue one for our son and a pink one for our daughter. They of course open them up and take all the stuffed animals out, but they also know how to throw them right back in and jump on the bean bags afterwards!

    You can fill them with anything soft, so stuffed animals, towels, old clothes they grew out of last week, get creative!

    Click Here to check out the ones I got!

And that’s it, folks! Good luck and Godspeed.

By Ashley

I'm a happily married mama out here living my best life. Drinking the best wines, having the greatest time.

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