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What have you got for storage of kids stuff?

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deanychip Thu 31-Jul-08 17:21:00

Toys and what not, and was it expensive?

JammyQueenOfTheSewers Thu 31-Jul-08 17:36:17

We have an old tea chest that belonged to DH and which he has insisted on keeping for years, depite me saying "can't we get rid of it, we have no use for it, it just gets in the way...." Am very glad to now have a use for it

littlelapin Thu 31-Jul-08 17:41:04

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Chelsie Fri 01-Aug-08 01:24:06

We use the black fabric reusable shopping bags that M and S sell at the check outs. Cost about £1 - £1.50 each depending on size. Strong and stand up next to eachother in DS's wardrobe. she can easily see what is inside each one and can carry them around herself - unlike a stacker box. I have sorted toys so there is a different type in each bag - dressing up, soft toys etc.

Works well for us!

Elkat Wed 06-Aug-08 10:43:22

Shelves - keeps the stuff up high and avoids a lot of the mess. Have also got "thiswww.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8757166/Trail/searchtext%3ETOY+STORAGE.htm"

hth

JackieNo Wed 06-Aug-08 10:45:54

Lots of people seem to like the Trofast stuff from Ikea.

Neeerly3 Wed 06-Aug-08 10:46:35

ikea unit with plastic drawers, we have 3, one in kids bedroom and 2 in play room.

this but in natural wood with white boxes

Ledodgy Wed 06-Aug-08 10:48:45

we have this in our living room. It's good because the storage bit pulls out on casters and the children can also sit on it/play on it like a bench.

Ledodgy Wed 06-Aug-08 10:48:46

we have this in our living room. It's good because the storage bit pulls out on casters and the children can also sit on it/play on it like a bench.

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