Patti Miranda. Storage Bin. January 23rd , 2018.
Next stop is the common area or the receiving area. There can be units for magazines. You can find in stores like Target a lot of them especially made for magazines. The receiving area is also probably the same are where you store the stuff that is common to everyone or that might be of interest to visitors. Think about what is common to all members of the household and then think about something pop that will sort of describe the household, work on both themes for your simply shabby chic storage space for this area.
Besides organization, parents can use these storage bins for toys as a teaching tool. Responsibility is something should be taught to every kid. This trait will continue to help them as they grow up to be adults. Having to clean up after oneself after taking all the toys out to play can be a rule and the toy storing bins can be a huge aid in this life lesson. Also, kids can easily be taught or reinforced in the topic of colors with these bin units as they often come in different colors. Teaching your child to put certain toys in certain colored bins can not only help with color recognition, but as a memory tool as well. Getting creative with cleaning up and organizing can go a long way to making a child understand the importance of these concepts in everyday life at an early age.
Using plastic storage bins makes organizing all your clothes a breeze. If you have limited space in your closet, then making the most of vertical space above the hanger bar in your closet can be accomplished with storage bins. These bins can also be used to store shoes on the floor of your closet-instead of scattering shoes all over that floor, instead place them in stacks of storage bins. Your floor will stay clean and your shoes will be easy to find. Plastic storage bins also make under-the-bed storage easily, so you can easily employ the space for linens and clothes, including but not limited to off-season clothing. Lastly, some more interesting ideas for the use of bins include, but are not limited to, pet supply and toy storage, quick and easy pet watering bowls, large bins for storage of livestock and horse equipment on farms, storage of holiday decorations when not in use, and of course, the tons of "stuff" everyone keeps in their garage but have no other place for!
When youre arranging them, remember that these are kids storage bins and thus they have to be at an appropriate level for the children. Sometimes as adults we arrange a childs room to suit our tastes and forget that there are limits to how high our children can reach. If you place too many bins on top of each other youre risking an accident as they try to climb up to get what they want. Selecting a color that will last for years is a good idea. Many older children still find a use for their bins long after they have outgrown most of their toys. Primary colors, pastels, and neon colors might be good for today but will they be good for tomorrow. Using bright and cheery primary colors usually helps ensure that even as the room changes the bins will still appeal to your sense of style, and eventually their sense of style.
When my kids were little, we had a special "clean-up" song that we sang together as the toys were scooped and placed into various baskets. This was not a chore, this was a game with a purpose. And most anything done to music just makes it seem a lot more fun. Added to that sense of fun was the use of colorful bins place in a bin organizer. The organizers made by companies such as Whitmor seem to have a childs needs in mind. They are set at an angle that allows your child to see what is in the stackable storage bins without having to carry it down.
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