We're excited to share with you a fun and functional solution for storing your children's toys: Besta frames from IKEA.
As parents, we know all too well the struggle of keeping our children's toys organized and tidy. But with Besta frames, you can create a storage system that's not only practical but also stylish and fun for your little ones.
Here's how to get started:
Step 1: Choose your Besta frames
Besta frames come in various sizes and colors, so you can customize your storage system to fit your space and aesthetic. For a playful touch, consider mixing and matching different colors or even adding some decals or stickers. We have a very user-friendly list of all customizable Besta frames on our Buying Guide, if you're interested in designing a piece to fit your current decor.
Step 2: Add shelves and drawers
Besta frames come with adjustable shelves and drawers, making it easy to create a storage system that works for your child's specific needs. Use shallow drawers for smaller toys like Legos or art supplies and deeper drawers for larger items like stuffed animals or board games.
Step 3: Label, label, label
To make it easy for your child to keep their toys organized, label each drawer or shelf with a picture or word corresponding to the type of toy stored inside. This will not only help your child find what they're looking for but also encourage them to put things back where they belong.
Step 4: Make it fun!
Finally, add some playful touches to your storage system to make it feel less like a chore and more like a fun part of your child's daily routine. Hang some colorful bunting or string lights above the shelves, or paint the back of the Besta frame with a fun pattern or design.
Susan drawer fronts in white lace on IKEA Malm dresser, with Kristina chrome knobs.
With Besta frames from IKEA, you can create a storage system that's as functional as it is fun. So why not turn the task of organizing your child's toys into a creative project for the whole family to enjoy? We can't wait to see what you come up with!
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