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.

For Their Bedroom: Melon Crate Storage

Keep toys and books safely tucked away in a fruit crate. All you need are a few materials: casters, spray paint, spare wood and the crate itself!

For Their Bedroom: Wine Crate Storage

Put old crates to new use as personalized, easy-to-push children's room toy storage.

For Their Bedroom: Window Seat

Create a comfy spot to cuddle up with the kids, keeping toys and books organized and within easy reach.

For Their Bedroom: Bunk Beds With Storage Cabinets

Turn a bedroom wall into a storage unit with bunk beds using ready-made cabinets and basic lumber.

For the Living Room: Storage Ottoman

Add designer flair to a basic wooden toy box with strips of wood, tacks and an upholstered plywood top.

For the Living Room: Revamped Dresser

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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