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    Default Show me: how you store your kids books

    This is my kid books storage at the moment ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1401687080.247191.jpg

    Clearly I need another idea as I clean out the books and organise them all neatly, then one of the boys will come along, pull them all out to find a book then shove them back in like this.

    So where do you have the books stored?

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    I had the same problem so we bought this cupboard from bunnings and all out books are in there. Kids books at the bottom and ours at the top .

    The shelves are also quite deep so I have got 2 rows on each shelf

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    I have book shelves in all the kids rooms

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    He has a bookshelf in his room as well as these books on top of the Expedit shelf in his playroom.

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    We keep them in an expedit shelf - large books on the shelf and small books in the canvas box (bottom right). 1401690248955.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    We keep them in an expedit shelf - large books on the shelf and small books in the canvas box (bottom right). Attachment 55692
    I think this could work in my boys playroom. They have a small 4 square expedit shelf in there with plastic tubs at the moment. I'm sure after a clean out I could put the books in there. Thanks!

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    Most are on a small bookshelf in our hallway so that they're accessible to DD.
    There are also some others on low shelves of a bookcase in the office. There are usually also a few out on the coffee table or somewhere else around the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    We keep them in an expedit shelf - large books on the shelf and small books in the canvas box (bottom right). Attachment 55692
    We have this also. The cube shelf fits in a built in cupboard in one of the bedrooms :-)

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    I store my books on an expedit and the kids are on a mammut bookshelf, also from ikea.

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