Running out of places to story toys

Running out of places to story toys

thatonegirl thatonegirl
Any ides that is discrete in a normal room?
01/25/2011
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Beaners Beaners
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Originally posted by thatonegirl
Any ides that is discrete in a normal room?
I wish I could help you out. My boyfriend and I put ours on a shelf. Hah! Maybe if you have luggage or something that isn't used often? It would be out of the way, but if you're truly running out of room, you could put the seldom used ones in there.
01/25/2011
BluePixi BluePixi
Quote:
Originally posted by thatonegirl
Any ides that is discrete in a normal room?
how big? I think my jewelry armoire is going to be half jewelry and half toys until its not big enough anymore. A lingerie chest would be good if you had the space for it. If you need something that locks EF sells some locking trunks or you buy a toolbox from a hardware store.
01/25/2011
ScottA ScottA
Usually you can go with a hierarchical storage setup - put your most used toys close and keep the ones that you don't use often somewhere else, perhaps even the attic.
01/25/2011
Waterfall Waterfall
The ones that I don't use as often I keep in larger boxes in which i have received past shipments. No one will assume that their are toys in there and they fit easily in my closet or under the bed.
01/26/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
Next on my list of things to buy, (well after the HUGE order I am placing with the Valentine's Day coupon) is a blanket chest for our bedroom. We need something to put it all in and we would like to have it all at our disposal somewhere in our room. I figure a blanket chest/toy chest could also double as a table to set my laptop on top of, so as to discourage prying eyes.
01/26/2011
buzz buzz
I agree with everyone else. Creating a hierarchical system would be most efficient. I would also recommend figuring out which toys you don't really use or really want to use again and donating them.
01/28/2011
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