12 Fabulous Toy Bins You Won't Mind Tripping Over

living room toysToys take over my living room on a regular basis and I don’t always want them relegated to the playroom. When it’s time to tidy them up, here are some storage solutions that don’t make you feel like you live in a toy store.

  • Felt Baskets 1 of 12
    Felt Baskets
    Add a soft texture!
    Available for $29.99-$59.99 at west elm.
  • Sailor Bag 2 of 12
    Sailor Bag
    Stripes are always so cheery, aren't they? You'll want to carry this one from room to room.
    Available for $33 at Bayan Hippo
  • Rubber Baskets 3 of 12
    Rubber Baskets
    A great shape for odd corners.
    Available for $14.99 at Container Store
  • Wire Basket 4 of 12
    Wire Basket
    Bonus - it's collapsible!
    Available for $39.95 at CB2
  • Bamboo Jute Baskets 5 of 12
    Bamboo Jute Baskets
    Eco-friendly materials are a great choice.
    Available for $19.95 at Crate & Barrel
  • Market Basket 6 of 12
    Market Basket
    Handles and a lid!
    Available for $25 from Cabin in the Heartland
  • Industrial Wire Basket 7 of 12
    Industrial Wire Basket
    Industrial storage.
    Available for $128 at Garnet Hill
  • Round Rattan Basket 8 of 12
    Round Rattan Basket
    Petite with a lid, and sophisticated enough to keep in the living room.
    Available for $44 at The Land of Nod
  • Square Brocade Basket 9 of 12
    Square Brocade Basket
    Lacy and feminine.
    Available for $24 at The Container Store
  • etsy-chevron-bin 10 of 12
    Add some pattern!
    Available for $18 at Baffin Bags
  • Thatcher Lidded Basket 11 of 12
    Thatcher Lidded Basket
    Sometimes you need a lid.
    Available for $34.95 at Crate & Barrel
  • Lined Wire Basket 12 of 12
    Lined Wire Basket
    Washable Liners with vintage wire charm.
    Available for $6.39-$19.99 at World Market


• Nicole Balch is the founder of Making it Lovely, a design blog about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so. Catch up with all of Nicole’s posts here on Babble, and follow her on Twitter, Pinterest, or Facebook.

Article Posted 4 years Ago

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