We've been experimenting with different storage ideas. Some of these may work for you depending on how many LEGOS you have on your hands, others not so much...
• We had the LEGOS in a basket, but whenever our son would look for a particular brick, we'd end up with a LEGO explosion all over the sun room. Dwell's canvas baskets are a lovely option. (Pic. 2)
• After the basket, we tried clear stacking drawers and then sorted the LEGOs by color. It worked for a while, but thought they were a bit of an eyesore. We used the Container Store's Translucent Mini 2-Drawer Chests. (Pic. 3)
• Finally, we decided that some wooden trays inside our entertainment center in the sun room was a good solution. And it finally occurred to us that rather than sort the LEGOs by color, it made more sense to sort them by shape: wheels all together; two by twos together; little people together. It makes clean up easier and the fact that it's inside a drawer, the LEGOs are nicely hidden when not in use yet easily accessible. We used some bamboo drawer organizers, also from the Container Store. (Pics 1 and 4)
How do you store your children's LEGOs?