Sex toys can also be stored in bags rather than boxes; this is especially helpful for end users who want to take them outside the home. Liberator makes the no-handle (13 inches by 7 inches by x 7inches) and the handled (14 inches by 6.5 inches by 6 inches); the company specifically notes that a Hitachi Magic Wand will fit in the Tristan.
Toy Boxes & Organizers Under $100
What are your favorite storage solutions for toys.? It's nothing revolutionary but boxes and bins, pretty much all over the house, have been a …
Children's Storage Boxes & Baskets - IKEA
They sent something in for review that I have been desperately needing, a toy box for my dogs toys. I had been using my dogs bed to store his in, but it was getting consumed and I realized my dog started to lay next to his bed instead of on his bed. Not to mention I would find dog toys in the kids box and kids toys in the dogs bed. The from Glamour Dog is truly a solution to this problem.
FLYTTBAR toy trunk, yellow Length: 13 ¾ " Width: 9 ¾ " Height.
The best thing is that these are really cheap to make. You may even be able to put them together from things that you already have around the house, which would make them totally free and that’s our favorite type of DIY project.
Whether your little boy has too many Matchbox cars to count or your little girl has more Barbie dolls than you know what to do with, we’ve got organization projects for everything.
From books to baby dolls and stuffed animals to video games, there is a storage and organizing project in this collection that is sure to help you to get those kids’ rooms tidy once and for all.
You may find several projects that you can complete in a weekend and really get those toys put away out of sight and many of these projects are so easy that the kids can help. Let’s get started and get those playrooms and bedrooms organized.Oh how we absolutely adore projects that are free. These tube cubbies are made from empty toilet paper rolls so they don’t cost anything – aside from the initial toilet paper purchase, that is. You simply put them together and create a little garage for all of those Matchbox cars. For girls, you could use these to store Barbie dolls or any number of other little toys. Just glue the tubes together and then place the “garage” on a dresser when finished. He will have a blast putting his cars away in his little tube garage.You can create adorable storage carts from old pallets. If you have a lumber yard or similar business near you, you may be able to get the pallets for nothing so the cost of this one is very little. It may take a couple of hours but you’ll end up with wonderful toy boxes or storage containers for blankets or anything else the kids have thrown around in their rooms. Plus, you can add wheels to the bottom so you can easily move the crates around, which makes picking up toys after playtime really fun.Toy storage under the bed is great because it’s close enough to the floor for little ones to reach plus it keeps that mess off the floor and out of sight. This rolling storage box is perfect for organizing toys and is really easy to make. It’s on wheels so kids will have no problem getting to their toys and you can paint labels on the front of each drawer if you want to really get things organized. This is a great project if you have dresser drawers that are missing the fronts or just any type of drawer that you no longer need. Just add a coat of paint and some wheels and you’re all set.