Children's toys tend to spread all over the house and it doesn't make much difference whether we like it or not. Finding toys in the most unusual places is normal, but it doesn't mean we can't try to tame the toy's disorder.
Of course, the easiest way to achieve this is to invest in the right furniture for your child's room.
Low, open shelves
One of the most interesting proposals in this context seems to be low, open bookcases, which resemble a bit of open chest of drawers. Today, they are appearing in an increasing number of children's rooms, and it is hardly surprising that this is the case, because we are dealing with practical solutions with a high level of security. Among their advantages is also safety, because there is no fear that the child will close the door to his fingers, which in other circumstances is not a rare phenomenon. Since the height of these shelves is not too high, the small owners can take off the toy first and then put it back in its place.
Cabinets with baskets
If a small rack does not live up to the hopes placed in it, we can look for another solution. Cabinets with baskets deserve special attention here - practical, especially if we are dealing with small toys such as blocks. They usually resemble the racks that are placed on the baskets and allow you to quickly deal with toys that have been scattered around by children. Their advantage is also that they are perfect as a decoration element of any colorful children's room.
Another interesting solution is a shelf with containers - a proposal that can be confidently described as a hit of recent months. Again, we are dealing with a piece of furniture that is not only practical, but also visually attractive. It is also important that they are used intuitively, which helps children to maintain order in such places. This time we are dealing with plastic containers that attract attention due to their careful workmanship. It is also worth noting that they are placed on the slides, which significantly facilitates their use even by small children.
Of course, the high functionality can also be seen in the context of classic shelving, which even in classic style houses is already being replaced by wall units. Depending on the age of the child, the shelves can have both open and partially closed shelves.