Sometimes I think toy cars are like LEGO; they just keep multiplying forever until they take over your space. And, like LEGO, they can cause some serious damage if you step on one. So it's important to have a good storage system. We've rounded up some options before, but here are a few more to inspire you to get organized.
Bold, graphic and colorful, the ladybug is one well-designed insect. Whether you go literal, or evoke them with colors and forms, the ladybug offers plenty of bright ideas for kids' decor. Here are a few possibilities:
When you hear "drawer shelves," you might be thinking of a cute project where you use drawers as, well, shelves. But there's another way to construct this hybrid by using shelves as... you guessed it, drawers. And the result is a great playspace that allows you to keep everything organized and accessible.
Isn't LEGO an amazing toy? I find it so hard to resist the urge to buy more. Proof: at a yard sale a few months ago I bought 10 gallons of the stuff. Whoops. Now, where on earth does someone store all that?
Squishing my 30-year-old grown up body into a child-sized armchair, this is the sight I beheld for a full ten minutes last Monday: plastic, plastic, a step stool and a half-broken lamp. Yep, this would be my "goal project" for this month - find something decent to put under the kids' room window.
A place for everything and everything in its place. Your mantra, or your aspiration? Either way, I love each and every one of these storage options for kids' rooms. The light warm wood with icy spots of color on each is lovely, but not too serious. (The silly faces on those storage boxes don't hurt either.)
Declutter and organize your home with warm handmade style. These handmade bags, bins, holders and caddies are so beautiful, they'll inspire you to clean and organize! If these can't do it, nothing will.