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    Default Storing Toys

    Just wondering how you store your childrens toys at home.
    My biggest blunder is stuffed toys. DD plays with them but when she is done at the end of the day there are just so many!!
    Do you have any good ideas for storing soft toys?
    I have a playroom already kitted out with the IKEA cube shelves and put kmart baskets in them for various items.

    looking forward to your ideas and suggestions

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    I use a toy hammock for all DDs soft toys!!

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    A strip of velcro along the wall

    http://www.realsimple.com/home-organ...669/index.html

    Like this.

    2, for bigger toys!

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    Yep, we have a toy hammock here too! Only got it about a month ago and so wish I'd gotten it sooner!

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    We have one of those IKEA toy hanging things for smaller soft toys and then 2 toy bins (these work great as they can be wheeled from one room to another). We also have a bookcase in the loungeroom for puzzles, books etc and a large storage box that sits next to it for stuffed toys and dolls. I try to change it up a bit of change the toys in the bookcase and the storage box each week so that she doesnt get bored and drag everything out into the main living area of the house. At the end of the day I just throw whatever she has played with back in the box or put up on the shelves


 

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