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Children’s storage solutions

Children’s storage solutions

As any parent will know keeping all the children’s toys, games and craft items under control and stored away nicely is an on-going battle. There are many storage solutions out there for children and below are our top five.

1. STUVA Storage Furniture Sets
The STUVA storage from Ikea are  very well priced sets that are really flexible as you can choose the frames, drawers and interior fittings you need to create a combination that works for your kids and the space you have. Our pick of the range is the STUVA Storage bench which can hold a lot of items , comes in a range of colours and can double up as a sitting area when bought with the bench pad
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2. Phoenix 8 Cube Storage Unit 
The Phoenix 8 cube storage unit offers you a space for easy access storage and display. It can be easily stacked with other Phoenix storage cubes in the range and is a simple way to increase storage with canvas boxes while also keeping a feeling of space in your kid’s bedroom or play room. Click here for more

3. Tidy Books Tidy Box
This is a twist on conventional bookcase The Tidy Books Tidy Box is designed to give you a great place to store the children’s books, while keeping them easily visible and in reach so to encourage everyday use. It also comes with a nice looking play clock which can be removed as children get older. It can hold up to 40 books of all sizes. Click here for more

4. Round Bedside
This is very stylish looking bedside table for use in a child’s bedroom and because it has the 2 sliding doors it can jam packed with all kinds of stuff and because it comes in white can be used with most bedroom furniture sets. Click here for more

5. Dinosaur Toy Box
For those with a little extra cash to splash this is beautiful toy box in a dinosaur theme. Sturdy and deep for maximum storage and safe with rounded edges and safety hinges. A good solution to keeping your child's room neat and tidy. Click here for more


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