January 1, 2017
10 Storage Ideas From the Most Popular Kids’ Spaces in 2016
Toys, books, games, artwork, found treasures — there seems to be no end to the stuff that needs storing in kids’ spaces. These popular kids’ space photos uploaded and saved to ideabooks in 2016 offer ideas for storing all that and more. Tell us in the Comments which idea you would try at home.
1. Built-ins. They do require more upfront cost than free-standing furnishings, but built-in features such as the shelving and drawers shown here have several big advantages: For one, you don’t have to worry about securing heavy shelving to the wall, since built-ins will never topple over. Also, when your child outgrows the space, this elegant feature can easily be put to use holding books or a collection of decorative objects.