Playroom storage – Put your creativity to the test and builds a storage system for toys for the game room that promises to keep clutter in the bay and allows children to find joy in playing with their toys. Empty the game room to start with a fresh palette. Throw the broken toys. Take unused items to a thrift store or give them to a family in need. Keep only the things that children enjoy playing with.
Measure the game room, taking into account the opening of the door in the room. Select the wall on which to build the playroom toy storage, preferably the largest wall in the windowless room. Unfinished shopping shelves, from one to three, depending on the space of the game room and the number of toys. Visit an unfinished local furniture store or online store. Select shelves that have cupboard doors at the bottom.
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Lightly sand the wooden shelves and dust any residue. Apply two coats of primer if you are using white paint, allowing the primer to dry for 1 to 2 hours between coats. Apply two coats of paint, allowing the paint to dry completely for 1 to 2 hours between layers. Use a stud and pencil locator to mark nails through the wall. Position the shelves against the holes in the wall and drill through the top and bottom of the rear of the shelves in the uprights.