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Follow Sunrise Ruffalo's Lead and Organize Toys by Type

Follow Sunrise Ruffalo's Lead and Organize Toys by Type

In the February issue of Domino, Sunrise Ruffalo, wife of actor Mark Ruffalo, shows off the bright and eclectic home the couple shares with their three young children, son Keen, and daughters Bella Noche and Odette. CasaSugar put together a guide to copying their style that left me drooling and inspired to organize my children's space. Cleanup time isn't fun for anyone, so I was thrilled by the magazine's suggestion to organize toys in baskets and on shelves by type for easy pickup, like Sunrise has done in the room Bella Noche and Keen share. (How sweet are the Flares and Fountains fabric "K" and "B" letters ($14) above their beds?)

The Ruffalos used a Blu dot shelf to store toy bins on, but any shelving helps keep boxes in order. Here's a selection of some of my favorite less expensive organizers.

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graylen graylen 7 years
*They use the Trofast system from IKEA. He has the bench with different sized drawers underneath it. Works like a charm.
graylen graylen 7 years
I love the bright colors and whimsical touches. What a fun place to grow up. And it's in Mark Ruffalo's house? Could I love the man any more? ;) On the organization note, this is how my young nephew's room is set up and from a very, very young age he knew how to put his toys back in the bins. It's also good for learning to put things away before taking out the next toy. He always knew that only one bin came out at a time.
graylen graylen 7 years
I love the bright colors and whimsical touches. What a fun place to grow up. And it's in Mark Ruffalo's house? Could I love the man any more? ;)On the organization note, this is how my young nephew's room is set up and from a very, very young age he knew how to put his toys back in the bins. It's also good for learning to put things away before taking out the next toy. He always knew that only one bin came out at a time.
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