6 Toy Storage Shelves and Organizers That’ll Keep Toys Out in the Open and Easily Accessible
Our family of five lives in a 750-square-foot apartment in New York City, so we’ve had to think strategically about how to maximize space for living and for play. To do this we rely on a toy rotation system: we keep a few toys out at a time and put the rest away, swapping in and out as needed. This system lets us choose which combinations of toys to set out together and mix and match sets in new ways, and that helps create new play experiences for our girls. And bonus: it also helps to keep toys feeling fresh and new. Our girls are always excited to rediscover toys every time we set something out in their playroom!
A big part of what makes a toy rotation system successful is making sure the toys you keep out are visible and easily accessible. Toy storage bins, baskets, and bags are great, but when you want toys front and center, an open toy storage setup is key. Here are six toy storage organizers and shelves that keep toys organized and readily on display:
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