Which of these Toys Storages should I make?

Which of these Toys Storages should I make?

Okay, I won’t be making the toy storage myself (although DIYers on Pinterest and HGTV make it look easy). The thing is that I have come to that point where we need a toy storage for better organisation of the little ones’ room.

I’m also thinking that the said toy storage should have some sections for books because our floating bookshelves (above) is now so full that a lot of books can’t be seen. I guess what I’m asking is, which do you prefer from the options below?

Option A
Option B
Option C
Option D
Option E

While you are helping me with my choice, which of the option do you think will be cheaper to achieve? I definitely want a cost-effective toy storage. 😊✌ Please drop your suggestion in the comment section and see you soon.

Photo credits: Kaboompic.com & Pinterest.com

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Okechukwu

    Option A it has both open and concealed areas and provides more room than E

    1. Chinyere Ifediora

      Hmm. Good points. Thank you, Okey. I actually like the idea of having open and concealed sections.

  2. Chieso Obikpo

    Lovely options there but I am stuck between options A and C. I think A will be cheaper since it’s a single piece.
    More grace on your parenting journey Ma.

    1. Chinyere Ifediora

      Amen oh 🙏. Thank you, Chieso. Yippee @the cheaper suggestion.

  3. Blessing

    Option C is more fanciful; I like it. But option A allows the kids to reach to any item easily and will be more cost effective.

    1. Chinyere Ifediora

      A great perspective that is the kids easily accessing the toys and books. That means they can tidy up themselves.

  4. Stephen

    Option A.

    Reason is that it achieves not just your first priority of a tidy room, but it will also be a cost-effective furniture from all indications.

    1. Chinyere Ifediora

      Thanks, Stephen 🙌. Very useful. Option A seems to have more thumbs up 👍.

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