When debating storage options for her boys’ playroom, Amber of Restless Arrow knew it needed to be functional, yet playful. She found numbered cubes from Land of Nod that she loved. However, several bins at $13 a pop can quickly add up! Amber says, “Thankfully, gray canvas bins from Lowe’s were half that price yet […Read More]
With Christmas over, I can’t help but have toy storage on the mind! Yesterday I shared a bin organizer inspired by IKEA, and today I’m back with another storage solution for your little ones and all their STUFF. Honestly, these wall bins Jaime from That’s My Letter are so versatile they could easily function in […Read More]
I hope you enjoyed a restful Thanksgiving with your family and are ready for all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. If you are looking for a DIY gift your little one will love, look no further than this rustic wood wagon from Jaime at That’s My Letter. Not only will your kiddos […Read More]
Christina from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen says her hubs got “bitten with the woodworking bug” when they moved from an apartment to a house and created a garage workshop. Of course, Christina was happy to offer a list of items she wanted built for their new home, including this Land of Nod inspired toy box with […Read More]
Instead of going the traditional bunk bed route for her 7-year-old daughter’s room, Annisa of A Pretty Happy Home wanted the versatility that a trundle offered (storage or extra sleeping space). She says, “I pictured sleepovers with giggling girls, but also the possibility of storing off-season clothing or sports gear. Sure, it took us some […Read More]
Kelli at Lolly Jane created a set of eight numbered wood crates for storage in her craft room. These started as unfinished wood crates that you’ve likely seen at Joann’s, but with stain and stenciling, they look much pricier! The storage possibilities with these are endless. I love how Kelli styled them here in the bathroom to hold towels, and as she points out, you can even add casters to make them mobile.
Erin from Elizabeth Joan Designs needed some storage for her son’s ever-growing collection of basketballs, footballs and soccer balls. She happened to have an old metal laundry basket in storage and gave it an industrial makeover a la Restoration Hardware. I love how Erin was able to use a little creativity to turn an item she wasn’t using anymore into a functional and decorative storage solution!
Brit from House Updated just finished converting a corner of her basement into a playroom. Storage was a must, so Brit combined a couple of different storage systems, including an Expedit-like unit she had on hand and a couple of kitchen cupboards from Ikea, to make her own Pottery Barn-esque storage system. She says, “This way I got all the extra storage and could customize it too! I fancied it up with painted fabric bins and colorful chalkboard labels and now the kids know exactly where to put their stuff. I love organization that looks good too!”