Published at Monday, 06 January 2020. Kids Room. By Martin Tischner.
Simple but effective, a box shelving unit is perfect for a kid"s room, it can be used for storing toys, stashing books and knick knacks and the wooden storage boxes can be bought separately if you want to hide some of the mess! Shelf dividers can also be added if you want to make the squares smaller.
Painting is a serious pain in the a**. You have to move all your furniture and tape all the molding and then endure that god-awful smell for days, so before you decide to paint your kiddos room, you want to make sure they won`t outgrow it, like, tomorrow. These shades are foolproof colors that`ll last them from their terrible twos to their even more terrible teens.
This is another easy DIY storage project. And since it"s summer, finding what you need should be a breeze. All you need is a handful of plastic buckets and zip ties. You thread the zip ties through the handle holes to put them together in a formation that would best fit into your space. Plastic bins like this are great for small toys. Things like cars, trains, those LOL surprise toys, Legos, Barbie accessories and the like. Basically anything that could get sucked up into a vacuum or lost under a bed or in between the couch cushions. All in all, the whole project shouldn"t take long or cost more than maybe $10!
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