We have a lot of toys.
It’s a little ridiculous, but my children are
spoiled blessed with family and friends who see to it that our toy boxes are never hurtin’ for anything.
This is our “play area” aka the little corner of the living room that my children play in.
I needed this mess cleaned up and the tiny little collapsible toy chest that I bought at Walmart wasn’t cuttin’ it any longer.
We have a Guidecraft toy box that currently lives in my daughter’s bedroom. My plan was to go through the toys, figure out which toys the kids are no longer using, bring the current toy box downstairs and reorganize big sister’s room.
We have lots of Guidecraft pieces and one thing that I can say is that they are very, very durable. We have moved about 4 times with all of our pieces- disassembled and reassembled most of them and they are still holding up. So I knew exactly where to look when I needed something to help organize the toys.
The Guidecraft Bin Cubby 6 section is perfect.
Not only do I love the cute, colorful baskets.
I love that the top is a great place for photos or additional toys.
My daughter gets to satisfy her anal retentiveness by categorizing her items, which also allows her to place certain items into certain baskets.
Did I mention that it’s cute?
Oh. Right. Cause the Bin Cubby 6 Section from Guidecraft is totally adorbs. (Am I too old to say that? Probably.)
Right now the top of this bin is the home for her My Little Pony castle, I’m sure that’ll change over time.
I was able to move the toy box downstairs and get of the collapsible toy chest, which no longer serves its purpose.
It was extremely easy to put together, as most Guidecraft pieces are, and I couldn’t be happier.
It is listed under their classroom items section, but I do think that the Bin Cubby 6 section can be used in the home also.
Head on over and check it out! It might be just what you need.
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