It's that time of year again!
For lucky (and well behaved!) children, it's time to prepare for Father Christmas' arrival and the imminent delivery of brand new toys and games of all shapes and sizes. Tidying up and clearing out is not usually the priority for the under 10s, yet they learn a lot when we take the time to teach them such important practical lessons. The art of sorting is good for training the brain as it improves spatial awareness and encourages the use of problem solving skills. By sorting through old toys and putting aside those which they no longer play with, to sell or pass to charity, is a good lesson in organisation as well as learning to be charitable. For the remaining toys and games, often the best course of action is to keep them out of view in order to maintain order amongst chaos! However, you don't need to opt for bright ugly plastic containers in order to achieve the desired result.
Below is a range of our favourite storage products which are ideal for use in the playroom, within storage units (such as number 1 which happen to fit Ikea units), or in childrens' bedrooms. They are stylish and practical for all sorts of uses, such as toy boxes, laundry baskets, or for storing arts and crafts.
1. Willow set of 2 storage baskets.
2. Milton set of 3 rattan storage baskets.
3. Chunky knit collapsible bin.
4. Buttermere set of 3 storage trunks.
5. Grey wicker storage baskets.
Updated by Jess