For a parent, keeping the children’s toys in check can be an ongoing battle. To create storage carts options while contributing to the interior of your home and making the most of your space, explore options that will be repurposed as the child grows up.
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For a storage carts method that can grow with a child, use a combination of bookshelves and drawers. Start with shelves with adjustable height; for an option for the budget, you can find thrift store shelves and paint them bright colors. Buy cloth, plastic or woven baskets that fit in the shelves and use them to separate toys according to type or size. Put trash bins in the bookshelf so that the children can pull out what they need. In this way, you can help reduce the clutter and provide a storage alternative that contributes to the interior of the room.
For very young children, hard edge storage can create a risk of injury. Instead, look for storage carts solutions that will not harm the children in the event of a fall. Look for special canvas storage bags or cloth baskets, which can also be folded down to save space when not in use. Choose options that have tops with handles and closing mechanisms for easy use and transportation. If you want to use a toy chest you already own, for thick padding and upholstery on the outside, with particular care with edges and corners.