Toy Storage Ideas 15 Toy Storage Ideas to Declutter Your Home May 15, 2013 Share This link Toy Storage Ideas 6 / 18 by Barbara Rockwell 8 Save 14 Favorite 1 Decorated Buckets "I try to teach them that everything has a home. I made these cute buckets to help them identify where things go and to make clean up more fun." — Danielle K. Miller of Mostly Food and Crafts Previous 6 / 18 Next by Barbara Rockwell 8 What’s Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Decorated Buckets "I try to teach them that everything has a home. I made these cute buckets to help them identify where things go and to make clean up more fun." — Danielle K. Miller of Mostly Food and Crafts ‹ Back to Homepage Save 14 Favorite 1 Follow POPSUGAR Moms Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Jennifer Lopez Responds to Marc Anthony Divorce Papers Finally! Pamela Anderson Unveils Her New Brunette Pixie Heidi Klum Won't Have Plastic Surgery Because 'I've Been Too Scared' The Father of Evelyn Lozada's Baby Is... 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It's just a stack of graduated sieves. ChetMC 20 weeks The mainstays of our toy storage are colourful milk crates and laundry baskets. I found that wicker baskets, decorative pasteboard boxes and those fabric bins just didn't last. The kids would play with them and they just couldn't stand up, or they couldn't be cleaned very well when they eventually got dirty. I can fit a milk crate in the dishwasher or rinse off a laundry basket in the tub. Tuki14606126 24 weeks Tuki Tub was made for toys on the loose. Toys of all shapes and sizes find a home in the Tuki Tub. It is also portable with handles and soft, lightweight to go anywhere. Cute fabric prints to choose from for all ages. tukitub.com LauraDG 51 weeks separating Lego into colours is time consuming the first time, but the best way to find pieces when you are making something from a plan. LaraineDeSoto 1 year This idea of separating into colors has OCD written all over it! Looks like a weekend project for sure! Caroline25922 1 year Hi. Where do you get the rolling bins?... Thanks! SamanthaMarsland 1 year Hi - You can get the Lego boxes from The Container Store. They have all different sizes. CoMMember1361209311262 1 year love the lego boxes too! Where did you get them? See More family life Baby May 29, 2013 Why I Held My Son Up by One Leg at Target family life Mar 26, 2013 8 Household Uses For Vinegar parenting Nov 04, 2013 12 Movies Perfect For Gradeschoolers (With Nary a Princess in Sight) family life Mar 08, 2013 13 Bizarre Kids' Products You Won't Believe Exist You Might Also Like Art Jan 08, 2007 Dog-Human Suckling Its Young Baby Sep 25, 2013 15 Unexpected and Original Names For Baby Boys Baby May 29, 2013 Why I Held My Son Up by One Leg at Target community May 25, 2011 Ask Savvy: Would You Ever Share Your Credit Grade on Facebook?