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    • Jane Oakes

      A white bookshelf with built-in drawers provides ample toy storage in this kid’s room. A painting of cherry blossoms is displayed on the top shelf, while the other shelves are home to stuffed animals, photographs and baskets. A green argyle rug provides a place to sit down and play with all toys.

    • Sarah Gaedke

      Shelving for in a girls room found on hgtv

    • Stacy DeHaan

      Kid storage ideas

    • Brenda DeMaria Bua

      Kids Bedroom Ideas | Kids Room Ideas for Playroom, Bedroom, Bathroom | HGTV

    • Jennifer Cooper

      52 Brilliant and Smart Kids Rooms Storage Ideas (28) If only I could find a shelf with drawers like this one!!

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