Have you found yourself buried in toys since Christmas? If you have a little one, then you know my pain. I'm overjoyed that Santa and everyone else in our family completely spoiled Baby A, but where do I put it all now besides the middle of the living room floor.
Almost as soon as the wrapping was in the trash, I was plotting a home for said toys. My mind was churning with storage options for everything except the Dora tent. I'm afraid it's acting like a new piece of furniture in the game room. No concealing it! Good 'ol Dora the Explorer. I came up with some options that are stylish and do the trick of hiding the clutter.
I've got my eye on number 3 for some more storage. The alcove at the top of our stairs opens to the gameroom and needs a new piece. For now, there's an old console table that went to the garage to die. I brought it in and saved it for a while longer. It's alright, but I can't exactly open it up and shove toys inside. Plus, I love the dark grey of the IKEA piece. You can't quite tell in the pic, but it's very deep and can hold a lot of junk!
Here's some spaces that have amazing storage solutions.
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