Where can I buy this book storage?

(15 Posts)
growingweeble Wed 19-Oct-16 20:08:01

Any idea where I can buy this book storage, like the kind you see in kids library? I want to get rid of the constant piles of kids books around the house! Photo attached?

faffalotty Fri 21-Oct-16 12:21:34

www.earlylearningfurniture.co.uk/school-library-furniture/kinderboxes/

any good?

Or if you or someone you know are any good at making stuff you could make some from a few bits of wood.

Ditsy4 Fri 21-Oct-16 21:40:03

School catalogues maybe Hopes.

ChishandFips33 Sat 22-Oct-16 08:58:34

Argos used to do something similar - they also do a book sling which is great for preschoolers as they can see the covers - but it depends on how many books need storing

Yes to school catalogues - pricey though

Whicker baskets??

Not sure about your decor but a trunk/2 or 3 different sized suitcases that can be stacked when they've gone to bed

Picnic baskets (so dust doesn't gather) again stacked when not in use

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Sat 22-Oct-16 09:03:06

I used to store them like that but in wicker baskets that slid under the toy shelf. You could use any sort of crate - do Homebase still do the unpainted wooden ones?

JellyBabiesSaveLives Sat 22-Oct-16 09:07:31

We used plastic boxes - one in every room, nearly. Jojomamanbebe do plastic tubs that still slide over carpet when full, and were the right size to store most children's books spine up

seefeld Sat 22-Oct-16 09:11:40

IKEA sell these which might do the trick: www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/childrens-ikea-products/children-3-7/small-storage/flisat-book-display-art-00290783/

growingweeble Sat 29-Oct-16 08:20:32

Thanks so much. I had no idea ELC sold them. The ikea things are great too.

VitaPuffin Sat 29-Oct-16 13:09:15

This from Ikea could be good too for a larger number of books?

www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/childrens-ikea-products/children-3-7/small-storage/flisat-toy-storage-with-wheels-art-10298420/

christinarossetti Sat 29-Oct-16 13:15:08

I used wicker baskets whenind were younger. Different sizes for different sized books, and they can be slid under something, put on shelves and transported from room to room.

GrimDamnFanjo Sun 30-Oct-16 16:20:08

I have a TidyBooks which stores a lot but is very slim.

TimTamTerrier Sun 30-Oct-16 16:23:09

I had Tidy Books bookcases for both my DC. They were good because they sit behind the door and so make use of a bit of wall that was otherwise unused. www.tidy-books.co.uk/childrens-bookcases-shelves/

rainbowbox Thu 24-Nov-16 13:55:51

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rainbowbox Thu 24-Nov-16 13:57:50

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welshrockinghorse Thu 24-Nov-16 14:10:30

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