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  • Jackie Smith

    Shoe storage, by the door storage for pocket items. Everyone gets their own bucket.

  • Lindsay Anker

    Super cute storage idea for shoes or toys! Bright and fun!!! Grab an old bookcase from a thrift shop and paint it a bright color. Get some large buckets, print off some fun labels, and attach them to the buckets. And voila– easy, organized shoe storage! #SpringDream

  • RoseAnna Allen

    Organize the entry way with a shelf and buckets for each person. Color painted small shelf or old dresser minus the drawers...maybe even hooks on the sides of the shelf for a few coats.

  • Amanda Sabo

    old cupboard painted, add a few colorful buckets for a fun toy storage solution (plus, free printable labels!) kids room idea

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wow what a GREAT shelf setup! I am so going to sort out my craft room with pretty boxes in the new year x

I think this would be great for livingroom toys. Probably would just paint the buckets one color though. Such an interesting storage solution!

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