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Genius Toy Storage Solutions You Can Make

Constantly stepping on your children's toys? Corral their playthings in one place with these genius toy storage ideas that you can make yourself.
  • Kathy Fuhs

    Toy Storage Solutions - Childrens Toy Storage You Can Make | Easy Crafts and Homemade Decorating & Gift Ideas | HGTV

  • Amanda J. Grant

    Put a fresh new spin on an old wooden dresser with open shelving for toy storage, unexpected hardware and a playful use of color

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I love this! With the two tone colors and the fold out top - I am now on the hunt for this dresser.

Turn a dresser into a book shelf. So cute. Shelves would actually be big enough to store scrapbooks!! Great for craft room.

Dresser Turned Bench- might take this idea and throw my own spin on it. make it lower to the ground. and ea. kid a window seat in their br. use the drawer to put blankets or as storage... a throw pillow to match the seat and maybe a little bookshelf on the side to hold a few of their favourite stories.

I might even be able to do this: old dresser w/top drawers removed. Add rod, cute paper & you have a costume wardrobe for your kiddos!