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Organizing toys in a child’s bedroom is always an issue that I struggled with. That is until now! When BHG Live Better sent me my challenge for this month, I was stumped. The challenge was to revamp a bedroom or bathroom. I have done most of those in my home recently but my son’s room was looking pretty shabby. He had no good toy storage in his room. I then remembered the awesome cube storage available at Walmart for BHG Live Better. Problem solved! He gets great toy storage in his bedroom and I get to tell y’all about it.
First a back story of this room. On our home plans this is actually called a “game room”. But when my third child was born, it made a fabulous nursery. However it does open up to the steps going to the second floor so the privacy is non-existent. My son however still does not want to give up the space in this room because it is LARGE! Moving to a “real” bedroom in our home would mean downsizing by about half. No boy with this many tractors wants to downsize.
Once I realized that the cube storage would fit perfectly along the stair railing, I was sold. This gives much needed toy storage in his room with the extra bonus of a little more privacy and closing off of the room.
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- Better Homes and Gardens 8-Cube Organizer
- Better Homes and Gardens Square 4-Cube Organizer
- Better Homes and Gardens Collapsible Fabric Storage Cube Slate Blue (6 total)
- Better Homes and Gardens Cube Storage Shelf, H (3 total)
I am so in love with these cube organizers. It will not be long until they are in every room in my home. I swear y’all. The fabric baskets are perfect for holding a variety of toys that I thought would be better kept out of sight.
I am in love with his new organization and how great the room looks with just this one simple tweak. But the best part is that he loves it! I always find that when the kids are on board, the organization will actually work! So if you are looking for ideas for organizing toys in a child’s bedroom, look no further than the cube storage at Walmart from Better Homes and Gardens. I think you will love it as much as I do! This post was sponsored by BHG Live Better however all projects and opinions are my own!
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