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Playroom Storage

Updated on October 5, 2010

If you are trying to sell your current home, and your children’s toy inventory has taken over the complete household, then buying playroom storage is on the horizon. If you have children under the age of six then all those activity and growth toys have become a part of the home’s landscape, and looks like a colorful plastic landfill at best then you have come to the right place. Organizing the toys and keeping them out of site when potential buyers are looking at your home is going to be a lot easier to stage with storage chests. Hiding the small fortune of entertainment items that your children drag all over your home should be a priority high on the list of to-dos

Playroom Storage

Disney theme toy storage is available in your child’s favorite movie, or animated character, like Cars, or The Little Mermaid and other popular titles. These storage bins will not only amuse your child but also make it fun for them to put their toys up, and learn responsibility. The storage bins are perfect to separate and store Legos building blocks, or the Duplo variety. One bin can store a couple of hundred Hotwheels or Matchbox cars, as well your little girl’s Barbie dolls, and accessories. Finding just the right playroom storage to fit in your child’s room will be easy online stores show the exact measurements for each unit.

Hardwood storage bins will cost more but the impact on your child’s room décor will be much more impressive when your Realtor sponsors an open house function. If you are going for high end storage then check out the line of products from Phil and Ted, as they are at the cutting edge of every category of juvenile furniture available now. Their products are not only the pinnacle of design, but of function as well

Playroom Storage Photo

Tasteful and Elegant Playroom Storage Furniture
Tasteful and Elegant Playroom Storage Furniture

Toy Storage Bins

Of course, a conventional toy chest that matches the rest of the bedroom will work wonders, but with the average amount of toys one child has in their possession today, it will only hold a percentage of what needs to be put away.

Although exposed, the storage bins can still look tasteful if the toys are sorted by theme, and neatly stacked in each container. Remember that toys, even though a prospective buyer will have small children as well, will make a room look over cluttered and will be a dream killer for upcoming buyers. Even with the purchase of the of additional playroom storage, it might be advantageous to box up some of the toys and place them in the attic until after the home is sold.


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      8 years ago

      your hubs stimulate the storage playroom of my mind - always fascinating - always informative - always enlightening - and very essential!


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