Any suggestions for toy storage?

sunnyc sunnyc
Anyone have any suggestions for toy storage? I have kids and need something that won't catch their attention and is very secure.
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eri86 eri86
I just have a black storage box from Target. But I don't have kids. You might want something with a lock or key.
06/05/2013
ImaGodiva ImaGodiva
We use a Vaultz brand storage box. It has built-in combination locks, like the Toy Case sold on Eden, but larger and black. They come in many sizes and you can do a search online to find them.
06/05/2013
gwenevieve gwenevieve
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Originally posted by sunnyc
Anyone have any suggestions for toy storage? I have kids and need something that won't catch their attention and is very secure.
I would definitely suggesting getting a locking trunk if you have a sizeable toy collection. If not, a smaller lockbox (padded if you have sensitive toys) might be the way to go, and of course, kept up high where the kids can't reach~
06/05/2013
sunnyc sunnyc
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Originally posted by ImaGodiva
We use a Vaultz brand storage box. It has built-in combination locks, like the Toy Case sold on Eden, but larger and black. They come in many sizes and you can do a search online to find them. ... More
Thanks will check this one out.
06/05/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
They have pretty decorative "paper" suitcases at Michaels (arts & Crafts store). They are inexpensive, look cool and come in a variety of sizes.

See my stash photo on the Flash your stash thread....it gives you some idea...I got the medium size. I don't have a close up of it and don't see them online.
06/05/2013
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
I use the Rubbermaid Storage drawers they are see-through though so I am sure that won't work for you. Mine are in the closet behind all my lingerie so they aren't out in sight but I also don't have kiddos. You can get a locking tool box or trunk from Walmart or something like that
06/05/2013
bog bog
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Originally posted by sunnyc
Anyone have any suggestions for toy storage? I have kids and need something that won't catch their attention and is very secure.
My toy storage isn't secure. If you're crafty, just make your own! ToyTimeTim has some awesome instructions on how to create your own secure storage option.
06/05/2013
js250 js250
Locking suitcase for under the bed, antique steamer trunk with a lock, locking wine cupboard and locking make up hardcase or briefcase. We also find antique travel bars--small suitcases for alcohol service on the go during the prohibition...about $15-100 per case.
06/06/2013
never shy never shy
I just bought a box off here but it is shiny I would say a makeup bag in a night stand
06/06/2013
sunnyc sunnyc
Quote:
Originally posted by Trysexual
They have pretty decorative "paper" suitcases at Michaels (arts & Crafts store). They are inexpensive, look cool and come in a variety of sizes.

See my stash photo on the Flash your stash thread....it gives you some idea...I got ... More
Thanks!
06/06/2013
sunnyc sunnyc
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Originally posted by js250
Locking suitcase for under the bed, antique steamer trunk with a lock, locking wine cupboard and locking make up hardcase or briefcase. We also find antique travel bars--small suitcases for alcohol service on the go during the prohibition...about ... More
Thanks I think I'll check out the suitcase area. Great idea.
06/06/2013
Kitt Katt Kitt Katt
At one point we used a plastic tool box with a small padlock. We outgrew it pretty quickly so we then moved everything to a rolling suitcase. Eventually we decided to just convert the linen closet in our master bath into a toy closet. A quick swap of the closet door knob was all that was needed. It proved to be a great solution, while it lasted. We currently keep most of our toys in our dedicated play room.
06/06/2013
Vulva Designs Vulva Designs
We use a rather large tool box with a sliding drawer. We do not have any kids but you could easily explain to them that there are things inside that could hurt them if they touched it also, it's inconspicuous enough that it just looks like you are ready for any situation if you need a hammer or screwdriver. Maybe not the best suggestion but very few people ask why do you have a tool box.
06/18/2013
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