Clearing The Clutter 

Playroom and closet organization to help keep parents sane.

For some parents, it can seem like the mess in a playroom is never-ending. Toys and crafts litter the floor, and things just won’t stay put. The key to banishing untidiness once and for all is to find the right storage solution. By ensuring that every item has a place where it belongs, you can return order to an otherwise cluttered room. Along with this, having bins and boxes to keep toys in will promote organizational skills, helping children develop the habit of cleaning up and putting things back after playtime has ended. Whether it’s a child’s bedroom or a play area, it can be challenging to create a space that’s functional as well as stylish. With these options from ClosetMaid, you won’t have to choose one over the other. Check out Closetmaid.com for more options.

3 Cube Bench,$67

Available in a range of finishes, this bench comes with a cushion and easily tucks into a corner. The spot would make a cozy reading nook, with books stored in the cubbies underneath. 

Angled 2 Bin, $39.99

Made with laminated wood, this easy-to-assemble unit can be stacked on top of itself or underneath the 9 Cube Organizer. It looks great at the foot of a bed, and the cubbies are partially enclosed for secure storage.  

Mobile Toy Chest, $49.99

This isn’t your typical toy chest. Children can move to a different area to play and wheel the container along with them. Wooden handles make for easy transport. The model looks sleek and saves space, but the actual storage pocket is deep. 

8 Cube Organizer, $54

Maximize storage with a shelving structure that’s versatile. The 8 Cube Organizer is one of the best sellers due to the fact that it can be arranged with your choice of fabric bins and decor. 

Horizonal Storage Shelf

$59.99

This cabinet’s height makes it easily accessible for youngsters, and the bins can hold folded blankets or books and games. It’s the perfect catch-all area because of the two sturdy shelves for storage and bulky items. Best yet, it’s compatible with ClosetMaid Cubeicals 11 in. fabric drawers and bins. 

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