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Pimp Your Crib: Storage Solutions

You want to provide your child with everything his heart desires. Unfortunately, that means every car, truck, train, ball, musical instrument and stuffed animal that has ever caught his eye. Finding a home for these treasures is another story.

Whether you are trying to reclaim your family room, clear a space from your son's bed to the door, or just create some order to the playroom, the Via Toy Box ($400-500 for a set of six cubes) company has created a great line of modular storage cubes that can be configured in numerous ways and a variety of color combinations that are sure to create a solution to your clutter needs.

Made of birch plywood and non-toxic, water-based paints and finishes, the boxes are child-safe and environmentally friendly. And the cleverly shaped tops and doors can even help you teach your lil ones about shapes and colors. Multi-functional storage, now we're talking!

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jennylo jennylo 9 years
Those storage cubes look really nice. I guess you can rearrange them and use them for other purposes, too. They do cost a bit more than something you'd find at the discount stores, but seem to be sustainable and eco-friendly. Plus, they are made in the USA! Thanks for the good idea to my toy storage problem.
macgirl macgirl 9 years
I really liked the link that was given the other day to the Target itso storage system which look like they are more practical, still cute and much more practical.
katedavis katedavis 9 years
I think these would look really messy once they're filled with toys.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
These posts always make me realize I'm much less financially sound than I thought. *lol*
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 9 years
Cute, but far too expensive for the average family (imo). Also, they appear a bit impractical. Those (very visually appealing) wide front openings won't hold many items inside -- the toys will quickly tumble out, scattering across your expensive antique hardwood flooring. [note: /semi-snark] They would work well for very specific items, but would not be a great choice for general use. They do look snazzy, though -- and this configuration is especially attractive.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 9 years
Too expensive. You can get storage cubes or bins that you can stack at IKEA,Target and even Walmart for $100 or less.
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