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12 Options for DIY Toy Storage

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Doesn’t it seem like toys are always on the floor? And of course you want to store toys, but you might want something a little more exciting than standard toy storage. If so, I’ve got some options for you! And let’s face it, who knew that toy storage could be so cool? These garden baskets are a perfect example. Attach them at just the right height so that children can put the goodies away themselves. Ready to see more DIY options for toy storage? Click through the jump!

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Amy Anderson is a crafty, DIY kind of girl who lives in Atlanta with her pug. She writes for Babble Home, and her work has appeared on Design Sponge as well as in Woman's Day and The Huffington Post. Read bio and latest posts → Read craftyamy's latest posts →

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11 thoughts on “12 Options for DIY Toy Storage

  1. Gini says:

    I love this idea and these baskets! Where did you find them? I’ve been looking and can’t find any this simple.

  2. craftyamy says:

    Hi Gini! I found some online – but I would check Home Depot or Lowe’s closer to summer. They are made for outdoor walls, if that helps.

  3. Jessica says:

    I love the basket idea crafyamy I bought some for my daughters room that is a butterfly garden im spray paiting them and adding flowers (the peal and stick ones) then adding the stuffed animals. Gini lowes had some baskets lil different but works for $20. Ill try to post pics later.

    Jessica

  4. Charlie says:

    Love these, Amy! I covered a few of them in my 50 storage solutions for kids’ stuff post I did last month. The plastic bins one is new! Love that idea!

    Aloha,
    Charlie

    1. craftyamy says:

      Hey Charlie! Will have to check out your post and share – I found a ton via Pinterest, and the world always needs more. Off to Pin your post!! xo

  5. Whitney says:

    Please let us know what site you found them from- would love to do this in my son’s room for stuffed animals & blocks etc but I’ve looked thru tons of sites & no one has them!!

  6. cc says:

    I have looked and looked for baskets like this—-none at Home Depot or Lowes. Where else should I look?

  7. rachel says:

    I am also looking for these baskets and can’t find them. Please let me know where I can get them. Do they come in white?

  8. craftyamy says:

    Hi folks – if you can’t find them locally, I would search online. You can also try specialty gardening stores.

  9. Rebecca Leonard says:

    How far out the wall do those toy organizers reach? My little one falls so much she would run into those. I keep things ” soft around her”.

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