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Ana White Toy Storage

Ana White Toy Storage

2 Toy Storage Plan from Shanty 2 Chic Shanty 2 Chic Older kids need a little more organization than just a big toy box and this toy storage plan will get them 9 different compartments to stash their stuff.This toy storage chest from Shanty 2 Chic holds Ikea's $4 Trofast baskets or any other similar sized bin.A supply list, color photos, written instructions, and diagrams will help you build this toy box in no time. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

Shanty 2 Chic Older kids need a little more organization than just a big toy box and this toy storage plan will get them 9 different compartments to stash their stuff.This toy storage chest from Shanty 2 Chic holds Ikea's $4 Trofast baskets or any other similar sized bin.A supply list, color photos, written instructions, and diagrams will help you build this toy box in no time. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

11 Chalkboard Toy Box Plan from Woodwork City Kids like toys and chalkboards, which is why this toy box plan combines them into one. The chalkboard paint is applied to both the backdrop of the toy box as well as the front panel, but you could always change up the plan to customize it.Ten steps through and you'll be done with this toy box, and there are images throughout each of them, some with detailed cutting instructions. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

5 Simple Storage Box from Instructables Instructables Simple Storage Box is an easy guide to building a toy box from Instructables. As you can see in the picture, this toy box plan accounts for handles on the sides as well as a lid.There are detailed pictures, instructions, videos, and a list of materials in this free toy box plan. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

3 Pirate’s Chest Toy Box Plan at Chief’s Shop Chief’s Shop This plan can be used as a toy box for kids or as a storage chest for someone of any age. The instructions and images are contained in a PDF file ​and are so detailed at each step that it shouldn't at all be a problem to build.A list of all the tools, supplies, and lumber that you need are listed off to the side, as well as a comprehensive list and measurements of all the different parts that make up this toy box.Safety hinges are used to ensure the lid stays open and doesn't slam shut when it's being used. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

Instructables Simple Storage Box is an easy guide to building a toy box from Instructables. As you can see in the picture, this toy box plan accounts for handles on the sides as well as a lid.There are detailed pictures, instructions, videos, and a list of materials in this free toy box plan. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

6 Caboose-Inspired Toy Box from Skil Skil This unique toy box plan is a bit harder to build than the others in this list. It features a checkerboard top, spring-loaded lid, two storage compartments, and an eye-catching design.Download this PDF file to get a list of the materials you need, the cutting sizes, an exploded detailed look at the design of the toy box, and instructions for building the parts. More
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Ana White Toy Storage

7 Lidless Toy Box Plan from Jays Custom Creations Jays Custom Creations LLC This open toy box plan is easy to follow and can be built by anyone.There’s a video walkthrough you can watch for a visual idea of how this toy box is made, but there’s also a PDF file you can download, which includes a shopping list, color-coded illustrations, and step-by-step instructions. More
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9 Toy Chest Plan from This Old House This Old House Here's a free toy box plan that shouldn't take more than around 5 hours to complete. Plus, it includes wheels and handles to make it easy for kids to move around.The estimated cost and time to build the toy chest, as well as a shopping list, pictures, downloadable template, instructions, and list of tools needed are included in this plan. More
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Kids like toys and chalkboards, which is why this toy box plan combines them into one. The chalkboard paint is applied to both the backdrop of the toy box as well as the front panel, but you could always change up the plan to customize it.Ten steps through and you'll be done with this toy box, and there are images throughout each of them, some with detailed cutting instructions. More
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Author Notes: Good morning friends!   I’m so excited to share this project with you!  You’ve seen a sneak peek on Instagram, and for those of you who subscribe on YouTube, you’ve seen the video – PS – I love you for following and supporting so thank you! It’s the new thing in toyboxes – vertical toy boxes!!!  You know, where you still have all the awesomeness of telling your one year old to throw his toys in a big wood box – but on top there’s smaller storage cubbies so you can organize littler toys. The top also serves as a smaller shelf for smaller toys, books, games, or even decor.     We love this thing so much and are giddy excited to be sharing the plans with you today.  Or at least I am.  He just wants to dig his toys out and play with them. You’ll love that this plan is all from 1x boards.  I’ve done alot of head scratching and plan re-working to optimize the boards so the project is as inexpensive and easy to build as possible.  Friends don’t make friends buy an extra 1×12 when you really only needed a couple of inches.  I got your back! The detailed plans follow (you’ll need to click READ MORE below if this is the homepage).  Also do watch the video – it’s got a lot of little tips and tricks in it that will not only make building this toybox easier, but stuff that applies to building in general.  That, and you are of course dying to see my messy shop.   Pin to your build list right now! Enough of me chattering, you’ve got a project to build!   Have an awesome day! XO Ana + Baby
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Good morning friends!   I’m so excited to share this project with you!  You’ve seen a sneak peek on Instagram, and for those of you who subscribe on YouTube, you’ve seen the video – PS – I love you for following and supporting so thank you! It’s the new thing in toyboxes – vertical toy boxes!!!  You know, where you still have all the awesomeness of telling your one year old to throw his toys in a big wood box – but on top there’s smaller storage cubbies so you can organize littler toys. The top also serves as a smaller shelf for smaller toys, books, games, or even decor.     We love this thing so much and are giddy excited to be sharing the plans with you today.  Or at least I am.  He just wants to dig his toys out and play with them. You’ll love that this plan is all from 1x boards.  I’ve done alot of head scratching and plan re-working to optimize the boards so the project is as inexpensive and easy to build as possible.  Friends don’t make friends buy an extra 1×12 when you really only needed a couple of inches.  I got your back! The detailed plans follow (you’ll need to click READ MORE below if this is the homepage).  Also do watch the video – it’s got a lot of little tips and tricks in it that will not only make building this toybox easier, but stuff that applies to building in general.  That, and you are of course dying to see my messy shop.   Pin to your build list right now! Enough of me chattering, you’ve got a project to build!   Have an awesome day! XO Ana + Baby
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4 Rustic Toy Storage Unit Plan from Houseful of Handmade Houseful of Handmade Here's another toy storage plan that's perfect for older kids. A shelf sits on top of three divided bins and then two pull-out crates on the bottom.As part of the free plans, you'll get how-to instructions, a tools list, a materials list, a parts/cut list, and extra tips and tricks. More
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First came our daughter’s birthday. Followed by Christmas just ten days later. And four days after Christmas, we celebrated our son’s birthday. December is truly a joyful season for us.  We have been blessed with more than we could ever ask for, all within two weeks. But the kids, unfortunately, end up with more than they could have ever asked for, all within two weeks. And this year, with a baby, the toys are especially small and it’s hard to keep up with how fast our little guy can pull his toys out. So we thought we’d give stacked bulk bins a try.   I wanted to build this set of bulk bins out of 1×12 boards, so it would be easy for you to make at home without a tablesaw (and the Rogue Engineer also put out some really awesome bulk bin plans here that use plywood). It did take a little thinking, especially since I was adamant about avoiding making angled rip cuts (not fun) to get the front trim board to meet up nicely with the sides. So here’s what we did – I cut 1×12 boards (see cut list for the actual lengths) FIRST at 15 degrees off square.  Then I flipped the boards over and nipped the other corner off at 40 degrees off square. Cutting the 15 degrees off square cut first means less waste (just an itty bitty triangle piece is wasted).  TIP: When you make your first 15 degree cut, the leftover piece already has a 15 degree cut on it for you.   The sides are longer than the dividers, to cover the 1×4 ends (it will all make sense here shortly). Cutting the sides and dividers for this project was the hardest part (even though it wasn’t really hard at all).  We ended up making three of these bulk bins, so I turned my first cuts into patterns and just replicated them. To assemble, we just attached the bottoms to the sides and dividers, everything flush to the BACK.  The dividers do not make it all the way to the front so the 1×4 front board can sit inset. Since we are just building with screws, we glued everything.  That, and my kids like to climb on stuff.  This is not cheap insurance.  This is proactive maintenance. See how that 1×4 fits inset?  If we had cut the dividers the same as the sides, there’s have been a weird little triangle hole on the ends.  Or we’d be ripping the bottom board front edge at a 15 degree angle.   Then we just finished screwing the 1×4 to the sides and dividers, and added the top.  We also planked the back with 1×6 boards because we had some in our scrap pile but 1/4″ plywood would have done the trick. I used my favorite stain, Rustoleum Early American.  I just wipe a single coat on with a paper towel.  Almost too easy. We applied Watco Lacquer over top, and it’s time to show the toys who’s boss. I think they turned out pretty well! And even someone as uncoordinated as me can toss a toy in the general direction, and somehow, it lands in one of the cubbies. I’m pleased with how this plan turned out and am confident you’ll love it too.  If you do build, please share pictures and your experience building too – we’d love to see your version too! Have a great weekend! XO Ana + Family          

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