Pottery Barn Kids
Until then, I will keep dreaming and try to maintain my sanity surrounding the abundance of toys/books/games/puzzles that have infiltrated my home over the last 3 years!
My sister and I were just discussing the toy explosion that seems to happen around this time of year and what to do about it. I used to have basket upon basket filled with stuff, until my toyroom started to look more like a basket store than a toyroom. We recently purschased some storage from Ikea and have been very happy with it, so I thought I would share. It is all a part of the Trofast collection (you can mix and match the storage bin sizes). We purchased two and put them side by side where we have a half wall in the toyroom (see below). These bins allow for easy access and there is a surface top where the kids can play air hockey, cars, puzzles, etc. And while they can't store everything we have, at least the smaller items and miscellaneous items have a home! Yay for organization!
Now, the kids know where everything goes ...dress up bin, sports bin, blocks bin, , etc., and there are no more excuses as to why things can't be put away!!!! :)