Have more time to play with Lego blocks than Barbies is the inspiration of this colorful toy box design ideas. Back to our childhood memory with a lot of fun of playing toys, we should give them those kind of memory to remember when they grow up. Try to balance the technology with conventional toys, we bring you some inspiration to build playful toy chest and storage.
colorful conventional toys storage
Kids these days are surrounded by gadget like iPads, iPhones, computer, etc—we were playing with dolls and checker at their age, but we have a great memory about those simple games and had a great time. A colorful toy box above is brought to you by Eisner Design. Not only give you an easy way to clean up their toys and boxes, they will also like the colors of their play room. A playful toy chest and storage could be their motivation to keep their room neat and tidy.
As we know that electronics are important for our kids these days, it’s not bad to make a balance between gadgets and toys.
It’s not easy to keep a room tidy when there are a lot of toys around, but if you’re not interesting in plastic containers to store your kid’s toys, give a try to a classic toy chest or crate to store them as an alternative. This playroom with a crate to store toys is designed by Elizabeth Gordon.
When you are still considering about the space in your kid’s playroom, toy truck that could act as chest, give uniqueness, and also a comfortable bench, pictures above by Witt Construction is best suit you.
A colorful playroom with woods container from Aurelio Vasquez.
Natasha Barrualt Design gives an inspiration to store toy buckets underneath a side table in the living room. It’s affordable and easy to tidy things up.
A classic toy for boys and girls, Lego could be your inspiration to use it as a theme in the playroom. This Lego storage closet for toys will eliminate the boring atmosphere in your playroom. Your boys with an interest in blocks will absolutely love it.
Pebbie Design brings you a Lego-theme playroom, in two-levels. The cabinets in the first level and the second level could be use to create another playground area.
colorful interior with lego as toy storage
For your lovely ones with calm personality, a Lego-themed playroom with pastel palette is undeniable. Design by Lazzari USA.
Are you a DIYer? Well, it’s time for you to turn your storage bin to chalkboard paint. A touch of artistic to the room is always an eye-catcher. The design from Elle Design in the picture below might give you an inspiration.
A design below by Kropat Interior Design, playroom with colorful walls and toy storages. A wood cabinet on the wall that could store your toy boxes neatly.
Tineke Triggs brings a design for a playroom for your older kids in army theme and steel lockers in colorful palette. Some hanging airplane miniatures support the theme of this playroom.
People say it is easier to do a boys room than girls. All you need is a tree house theme and unbreakable storage units—I mean bins or cubbies that strong enough when they want to have some fun by demolishing everything in the room. You can get the idea from this Natalie Younger Interior Design.
blue boy interior design room
Still about a tree house theme, a design from Tamahra H Design incorporates a two-level bed with book shelves as the stair to a bed on the top covered by tent. Playroom, bedroom and library in one.
adventurous theme for boy’s room interior
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