Ten of the Best Toy Storage Solutions for your Children

Toy Storage

All parents know that getting their children to clear up their toys at the end of a play session is nigh on impossible. With cute toy storage you might find it a little easier. Whether you choose a toy storage unit to compliment your child’s bedroom or one that they’ll love, there are so many designs available, we thought we’d pick our ten best so you don’t have to go trawling through the shops.

Wilko Galaxy Gang Storage Totes (Set of Three) – £10

Toy Storage

A great budget option here from Wilko, these toy storage units can be easily wiped clean and come in sets of three with different designs available, including fairies or dinosaurs. They can be stacked on top of each other or placed around the room depending on space.

From: wilko.com

LEGO 8 Stud Storage Brick – £22.99

Toy Storage

What a fabulous toy storage box that not only keeps your child’s Lego safe but all their other toys as well. It is a large box with eight Lego studs on the top and can also be stacked with other sized bricks from the range. Different colours and sizes available.

From: johnlewis.com

Bebe Style Crayon Themed Wooden Toy Box and Bench – £28.99

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Not just a toy storage box but a convenient bench too in lovely bright primary colours that would suit a boy or a girl. Allows your child to keep all their toys in the one place, and off the floor.

From: mothercare.com

Book Cart Mr Bear or Miss Cat – £40

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These carts are quite small so don’t expect to fit a whole load of books in them but they do have wheels and are cute as. Available in a Mr Bear or Miss Cat design and children will love to pull them around and hopefully tidy up after themselves.

From: gltc.co.uk

Kidsaw My First JCB Push Along Toybox – £44.10

Toy Storage

Not just for boys, this JCB cart is not only a toy storage idea but a walking aid and toy all in one. The design features the fastest digger in town, Joey of course and the colourful box will get your children racing around in no time to clear their toys up, hopefully. Some assembly required.

From: direct.asda.com

Ikea Trofast Storage System – £58

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Ikea, renowned for affordable storage solutions, have come up trumps with this range that features sets of plastic buckets that come in all different colours and stacking options. If you like a more minimalist look that is more grown-up and can be used for other storage problems then this is a great option.

From: ikea.com

HelloHome StarBright Toy Box Table – £59.99

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We love this toy storage box as it features a table for your little ones to draw and colour on, plus under the table is a storage space for toys and other such things. Combines two problems into one super solution.

From: mothercare.com

Noah’s Ark Toy Chest – £69.00

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A perfect place for storing toys in a colourful Noah’s Ark box that features four cute animals on each side, a monkey, crocodile, giraffe and lion. There’s even a safety feature of a lock-and-stay hinge so that little fingers don’t get trapped.

From: johnlewis.com

Plantabox Personalised Wooden Toy Box with Padded Lid – £95

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If you want a more personalised toy storage box then you can choose your colours from a choice of ten, add wheels, a blackboard and then text to include a child’s name etc. Lovely padded lid is ideal for an extra seating area.

From: notonthehighstreet.com

House-Shaped Storage Unit – £95.00

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Vertbaudet are renowned for designing beautiful children’s clothes, toys and storage solutions. This is our favourite, a house-shaped bookcase where you can store books, toys or stationary on any of the three compartment levels. There is also a large storage box on the bottom with that comes with cut-out handles.

From: vertbaudet.co.uk

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