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Can you help me find shelves for storing toys and books? Please?

(4 Posts)
formerdiva Sat 05-Jan-13 13:08:10

Brilliant - I'll check those out. Thanks very much.

wendybird77 Sat 05-Jan-13 10:34:09

We have some expedit from Ikea with baskets to hold different sorts of toys. it works really well and is easy for my 3 year old to tidy himself as he can see where things go. I also have a Tidybooks bookcase for books and some Billy shelves (ikea) which aren't as deep for toys that don't need baskets. You can get doors for the billy cases so they become cupboards if you want to be able to close them.

Bearandcub Sat 05-Jan-13 09:27:16


formerdiva Sat 05-Jan-13 09:20:24

DS's bedroom is tiny, but I want him to have his own space to keep toys and books in there as clutter free as possible. I was thinking ideally of something that was a cabinet at the bottom and bookshelves at the top, probably in white. Does anyone know where I could get something like this? Needs to be about 90cm wide and as tall as possible (to maximise space). DS is 3, by the way.

Any MN advice would be very much appreciated smile

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