Storage boxes are still the simplest and cheapest form of storage for children’s bedrooms. They come in a multitude of shapes, sizes and colours and the best ones are of course stacking storage boxes which hold a reasonable amount of clutter yet don’t take up too much room. With so many outlets selling stacking storage boxes, prices remain highly competitive, even for the high quality and distinctive stacking boxes which are as much an accessory to a room decor as they are a practical solution.
These three girls storage boxes with lids from Laura Ashley are just gorgeous so be careful that they don’t end up in mum’s room! Space on the front allows you to label each box and the pretty ribbon handles make a nice, girlie touch. They will hold all those essential bits and pieces and look ravishingly pretty in pink .
These Flexa storage boxes from House of Fraser make a bright, colourful and wacky addition to a room; children will be practically fighting over themselves to tidy away in these fun storage boxes! They are also perfect for nursery storage. If you need to bring a little cheer to the dull task of putting away then these storage boxes will surely bring a smile to your face!
Appeal to them on their level with these robot storage boxes also from House of Fraser. The robot and the rocket need feeding regularly as neither can run on empty, so encourage little boys (and girls) to feed them up with plenty of toys, books and pens. When stacked they also make a great room display and who wouldn’t love these simple yet bright illustrations?
Stacking storage tins are sturdy, hardwearing and retro, however these Butterfly Stacking Tins are retro with a fluttery twist! The largest tin is big enough to hold pairs of shoes or books and then the littlest is handy for bobbles, hair clips and all things pretty! It’s a classically stylish design that will make a stunning display. Get yours from Berry Red.
These pink and red nesting storage boxes with love and love hearts design from Cox & Cox also make marvellous gift boxes! They are perfect places to keep treasures, trinkets and secrets safe and covered with love and kisses.
Blue, white and red storage boxes with cut-out handles from John Lewis have a patriotic feel to them which is just in time for Flag Fever at the Olympics! I’m sure British athletes have safer places to store their gold medals, but I can think of no better place for children to store their own achievement mementos. These boxes are handsome as well as handy and the cut-out handles make them easily transportable. Oh, they also come in Pink.
Gift boxes themselves make great cheap alternatives to storage boxes and this nest of six square gift boxes by Yuyu are so attractive you won’t want to give them away anyway! Perfect for stacking and easily contained within each other when not in use, these square gift boxes will make a bright, cheery addition to your child’s room. So go on, add a little sunshine!
Shabby Chic set of 3 red gingham rose storage boxes from ebay – yes good old Ebay has come up trumps again! These gingham storage boxes are scrummy and although you could store them under the bed or in the wardrobe, you’ll want to make sure that these are on full display!
Gorgeous, snazzy and fun storage solutions that are cheaply cheerful in every way!