You know you have this problem - toys strewn everywhere, and we mean literally everywhere in your living room, playroom, nursery... wherever your child plays with his/her toy.
Every nook and cranny, you're bound to find a mini figurine, a toy car or God forbids, a piece (or pieces) of Lego etc. that is just laying casually around, waiting or even begging silently for your (or your little one's) innocent foot to step on.
If this is you, trust us, we feel you. To save your feet and to keep your living room Pinterest-worthy at all times, we have came up with some toy storage ideas for living room that you can take reference of to keep your sanity.
[For a shelving unit combination as that pictured above, you can click here to get the items -p/s: they are available in multiple sizes and colours, you can configure them according to your living space size!]
1. Best Toy Storage (for categorizing different toys)
If you have several children, or even just one child that has many different categories of toys, i.e. Legos, Barbies, soft plushies, toy cars, wood blocks, balls etc, we suggest getting a storage organizer with bins so that you can put these toys away categorically in their own bins.
The biggest attraction of storages like these is how easy it is to see where's what and to access them without having to rummage through what seems like an endless pit of toys. Of course, the level of tidiness you can get out of it is a big plus point too!
2. Best Toy Chest (wooden toy boxes for sale)
If a toy storage organizer with bins is not what you're after (some may think it takes up too much living room space, or some don't like to have all their toys displayed out), whatever the reason is, a good alternative is - a toy box for toys.
It doesn't have to be an alternative, actually. Many who have bought a storage organizer would still own a toy box for baby room (or two) because sometimes, you just need more storage space for your toys. And sometimes, there are things that a toy box will simply store better than a toy bin (and vice versa).
For example, we think toy chests make for the best storage for soft toys/plushies because these toys are usually too big for the toy bins. Plus, you can still see and access them easily as opposed to say, if you store a piece of lego in a big toy box (boy, looking for it will be hard work!). Also, stowing them away in a lid-close box protects them from accumulating too much dust as compared to being displayed out and about.
There are many toy chests for sale and they come in different sizes and materials, so let's see what are some of the best toy box for toddlers!
3. Cheap Toy Boxes
A third option for storing all your kids' toys will be loose fitting toy boxes. This type of kids toy box for sale is generally cheaper (if not cheapest) than most other toy storage options, which is one of the reasons why it is many parents' favourite. Another reason is that they are loose-fitting, meaning they are very portable and can be placed or moved anywhere in the house. Let's now see what are some of the best kids toy box available in the market.