Attach them at just the right height so that children can put the goodies away themselves.
Store small toys in sacks, but sew in peek-a-boo windows so that you know what's inside.
Reclaimed wood boards are easy to turn into simple and budget friendly toy storage.
Store metal cars up and out of the way with magnetic knife holders.
Cut decorative wood fronts for standard bins, and make a village that doubles as a place to play as well as to store toys.
Plastic shoe holders aren't just for shoes anymore - use them for action figures.
Painted wood vegetable crates serve as storage that costs less than in the catalog.
Take a more upscale approach to storage with these Restoration Hardware inspired bins.
It would be easy to cut holes in plastic buckets and tie them together with zip ties.
Keep toys in the living room, but hide them in the coffee table under a trap door.
Revamp an old locker with spray paint - store books above and toys in the drawers below.
On the Wall
Not Just For Shoes
Trap Door Table