These days, there are thousands of different storage ideas for kid’s rooms but sometimes a traditional toy chest can be the best option.
Why? Because not all kid’s toys come in convenient shapes and sizes and it isn’t always easy to organise them neatly. So a big container that you can just chuck stuff in at the end of a busy day can have its advantages.
There are also lots of different designs available so it doesn’t matter how fussy your child or the range of your budget – there will be an option to suit you both.
Poppins Toy Chest – based on a traditional toy chest with a flip-top lid and grab handles but with a storage drawer. W90 × D40 × H46 cm. £155 from johnlewis.com
Tidlo Natural Jungle Toy Chest – a jungle animal version featuring a lion, elephant, giraffe and monkey panel. W64 × D40 × H38 cm. amazon.co.uk
Flowers and Birds Toy Box by HelloHome – white toy chest with a pink lid and floral print pattern. W59 × D39 × H39 cm. £44.99 (plus standard delivery charge of £3.99) from very.co.uk
Dinosaurs Toy Box by HelloHome – white toy chest with blue lift-off lid, decorated with cute dinosaur figures. W59 × D39 × H39 cm. £44.99 (plus standard delivery charge of £3.99) from very.co.uk
Storage Chest, Sirius Theme – painted toy chest with 3 star cut-outs and child-friendly lid. Available in white, grey and pink. W68 × D43 × H43 cm. £70.50 from vertbaudet.co.uk
Obaby Stamford Toy Box – a curved sided toy chest with a large pull-out drawer mounted on metal runners. Available in white or grey. W78 × D40 × H50 cm. £119.99 (plus standard delivery charge of £3.99) from very.co.uk
Masa Metal Trunk – vintage style metal trunks available in a range of colours. W49 × D30 × H19 cm. £65 from laredoute.co.uk