Have kids? Then perhaps you have a lot of toys of all kinds around, including stuffed ones that loved both by kids and adults. How can you store stuffed animals in a cool and bright way to save some floor space and still get comfortable storage for kids? Here are some ways!
Crates And Boxes
The easiest way to store stuffed toys is painting a crate or a box and putting it on wheels to make it mobile. I bet that everyone has a crate or a box that can be easily turned into a comfy storage piece. A more popular idea is creating a stuffed animal zoo of PVC pipe and clothesline rope. You can also mix two ideas and make a crate with PVC pipes inside to give every toy a separate space.
Nets And Pockets
Making a pocket is super easy: place the toys into some piece of fabric and tie its corners to the kid’s bed. If you want something neater, then just sew a pocket yourself. A net is another idea for toys: grab some net fabric and attach it to the wall using hooks. Love crocheting? Crochet a couple of hammocks for toys and hang them using some hooks. Such types of storage take just little space on your kid’s bed or in the corner of the room and are comfy in using.
Wall-mounted solutions are the most popular ones because they don’t take up any floor space. you can adjust almost anything to the wall: metal baskets, usual baskets, drawers, PVC pipes, IKEA shelves and rack, planters, target baskets and crates. Spray paint them to match the kid’s room décor, then just attach using hooks or screws. The good thing is that almost every project is DIY, and there are a lot of tutorial on the web, so you’ll easily find a piece that suits you.