- Ultimate Toy Chest $369 Special $295
- Claudia Toy Chest $399 Special $319
- Tucker Toy Chest $399 Sale $299.99
- Toy Dump $149 Sale $58.99
- Sloan Toy Chest $349
- Hot Wheels®; Tire Shaped Storage $55 Sale $39.99
- Single Market Bin $99 – $179 Sale $79 – $143
- Double Market Bin $99 – $179 Sale $79 – $143
- Double Market Bin with Divider $99 – $179 Sale $79 – $143
- Sabrina Toy Chest & Scallop Liner $19.50 – $119 Special $15 – $95
- Sabrina Toy Chest $119 Special $95
- Pastel Rainbow Storage Collection $49 – $69 Special $39 – $55
- Primary Rainbow Storage Collection $49 – $69 Special $39 – $55
- Boho Tassel Storage Collection $39 – $59
- Navy Soft Preppy Diamond Weave Collection $39 – $69 Special $31 – $55
- Pink Soft Preppy Diamond Weave Collection $39 – $69 Special $31 – $55
- Emily & Meritt Canvas Pom Pom Storage $29 – $49 Special $23 – $39
- Emily & Meritt Canvas Toy Dump $31 Sale $14.99
- Feather Woven Nursery Storage $39 – $59
- White Wash Storage Basket Collection $29 – $59 Special $23 – $47
- Raffia Heart Baskets $39 – $59 Special $31 – $39
- White Heart Woven Storage Basket $149
- Emily & Meritt Storage $102.99 Special $50.97
- Shaped Critter Storage $34 – $89
There’s no doubt about it, kids tend to accumulate a wide array of toys and games. Keeping your youngster’s collection of toys organized will likely be an ongoing challenge. One of the biggest keys to success is creating a home for everything. Once every toy and plush animal has a rightful spot in your child’s room, it often becomes easier to manage these items. Toy boxes can come in handy, because they offer roomy storage for the larger items. Adding a toy box to your child’s bedroom or playroom is also easy; these storage pieces coordinate nicely with other furniture.
You might want to involve your child in room organization so your youngster can have some input about what goes where. Sometimes it’s helpful to designate a toy box for soft and plush toys such as stuffed animals. Many of these toys can be oversized, but it’s easy to find enough room to fit them all in a roomy toy box from Pottery Barn Kids. Whatever your child's bedroom colors, you can find a beautiful match in the toy box. Choose from vintage colors such as soft gray or pale pink. Brushed fog and simply white are neutral hues that can mix and match with virtually everything. If you are looking for something a little more bold, how about midnight navy or red? Imagine the convenience of placing end-of-bed storage benches at the foot of beds for kids and toddlers. Beds come in a variety of styles and colors to match toy boxes and other furnishings.
You’ll appreciate the safety features built into our toy boxes as well. These safety hinges ensure that the lids always close slowly and smoothly to prevent painful pinches and other injuries. Yet, the lid will close securely to keep toys out of sight for a neat bedroom. When you’re decorating your child’s room with a vintage flair, these toy boxes are an ideal accent. You can even have toy boxes personalized with your children’s names or initials. Go ahead and choose up to nine characters for the personalization, showing off your child’s name or perhaps labeling the items you’re storing inside the box. For example, if you use the box to store off-season kids’ throw pillows and kids’ blankets and throws, your child will always know where to find these cozy items.
The construction materials and processes involved with building these toy boxes ensures the highest of quality. The finish process involves multiple steps, all performed by hand. This gives each piece a distinctive richness and depth of color, also ensuring that the bins are strong and durable to last many years. Although initially your child may use the toy box to store toys and games, this furniture piece can actually evolve with your child over the years. Perhaps after hitting the teen years, your youngster could store sports equipment or even study supplies in the bin. Toy boxes also mesh easily with other wood furnishings in your child’s bedroom, such as bookcases and dressers and armoires.
Some families opt for open toy storage in single or double market bins. These delightful pieces feature a user-friendly slanted front panel, which keeps toys and other items contained effectively. You can stack these bins if you have limited floor space, or you could also line them up along the wall for low and easy-access storage. Imagine accessorizing these pieces with fun room decor pieces placed on the top shelf too. Whatever your room size and storage needs, there’s a toy box to fit the room. The exceptional materials, building processes and finishes ensure that any storage piece you choose will stand the test of time.