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    Default IKEA trofast systems.

    Anyone use these? Are they good? We are starting to give some rooms in our house a makeover and thinking about these for my son's room.

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    Subbing! I'm thinking about getting 1 of these. I've got 2 cube unit things, but I find DD's bigger toys don't fit in the baskets in them, and just look messy. When I checked out the trofast on the weekend I was amazed by how big the buckets are in them, really deep and long. And I like the smaller drawers too for all the little pieces of toys.

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    We love ours... excuse the mess, currently cleaning out the play room but we have 2 side by side and it holds sooo much. We have laminated labels on the front of each container so the kids know what goes where.

    Edit: The only thing i would think about though (and we didnt when we bought them) is i wish we didn't get the step up ones as the kids climb on them
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    I've wanted some for a while but I know my DS would use them as steps! I will probably get the rectangle ones instead.

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    I don't have one, but I want one now!

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    Yep we have the Trofast. Its fabulous in DD's toyroom. We have each drawer sorted into different types of toys (lego, barbies, puzzles etc) so it makes it easy to find things. Really great system.

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    i don't have one, but i want one now!
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    Default IKEA trofast systems.

    Thanks everyone.

    Might be better to go for these ones, not that much more $$$ ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1438057996.440914.jpg
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    Default IKEA trofast systems.

    I don't know which one to get now. And if I want it in black or white

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    I have an ikea kura bunk bed for dd and these match up perfectly as additional steps.

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