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You rise early in the morning hoping to sneak in a delicious sip of your morning tea when, on the way into your living room, you stumble over that talking baby doll…again. As you push toys over to make room on the couch, you look around and wonder what ever happened to that once so chic and stylish living room you created. With splashes of primary colours and random playthings strewn across the floor, you may wonder if you’ll ever be able to reclaim your living room again. We know how you feel. Thankfully, there are plenty of toy storage ideas for living room that are at your disposal. You just have to get creative enough, and brave enough, to do it.

Quindi, vai avanti e bevi quegli ultimi sorsi di tè. Abbiamo del lavoro da fare.

Idee per riporre i giocattoli per il soggiorno

So, the big question. “How can I hide my toys in my living room?”

Contrariamente a quanto si crede, questo è relativamente facile da fare e ci sono diversi modi per farlo.

  1. The first thing you should do is to take quick inventory. Grab a pencil and paper, and scope out your space. Are there drawers, cabinets or awkward spaces that aren’t being utilised? Don’t be afraid to get creative, here. If you’ve got a closet or kitchen cabinet that sits adjacent to your living room, you can, indeed, utilise those spots for your kid’s toys.
  2. Once you’ve taken inventory, it’s time to devise a plan. When it comes to living room toy storage, you need to know how many toys, and what type of toys, you are dealing with.

For example, if you are finding that there is a surplus of your children’s toys stacked to oblivion with no home in the corner of your family’s main common area, it may be time to reconsider. Could it be that maybe, just maybe, some of those toys could be stored elsewhere? Gasp!

No, genitori, i vostri bambini non hanno bisogno di giocare con tutti i loro giocattoli contemporaneamente.

Considera l'idea di riporre alcuni degli oggetti meno giocati nella loro stanza o in un'area di stoccaggio fuori dal soggiorno e di lasciare solo i giocattoli nell'area principale che devono essere lì.

More toy storage ideas for living room? Some parents find great success with rotating toys. To do this, you’ll simply select a few toys for your child to play with and store the rest in a tote. Then, when you are ready, switch the toys you’ve chosen to stay in the living room out with some of the toys you’ve stored. Keep rotating toys throughout the days, weeks or months, depending on your chosen interval, and you’ve not only got a less cluttered space, but also, a more entertained child!

Idee per riporre il soggiorno

Now that you’ve scoped out your space and raided your children’s toy boxes, it’s time to fill in the gaps. Are you like countless other moms who are now kicking themselves for not purchasing a couch with built-in storage? If so, don’t worry. After you’ve taken inventory of the storage options you do have, you can now begin to save to invest in the items you would, eventually, like to have.

Let’s take a look at some of the most functional living room toy storage furniture on the market, today:

  • Contenitori per giocattoli per bambini: We know, we know. You don’t want a neon green plastic tote littered with brightly coloured animals on it wrecking your neutral-coloured living space. We’re not talking about those kinds of bins. Instead, why not invest in a chic and trendy ottomana in pelle con i lati profondi che ha un duplice scopo di stoccaggio?
  • Tavolo porta giocattoli: Al giorno d'oggi, ci sono molte opzioni disponibili per portaoggetti da tavolino sembra sofisticato come qualsiasi altra cosa, se non di più. Inoltre, questi tavolini offrono spesso ampio spazio di archiviazione con più sezioni per riporre quei minuscoli pezzi LEGO su cui continui a calpestare. Youch!
  • Cestino da soggiorno: Cestini di vimini are all the rage these days, and many come in varying colours, textures and shades. Pick one to stow under your end table, but be sure that the sides come up high enough to cover the toys you are trying to conceal. Otherwise, you’ll just have a trendy looking living room basket with doll hair and plastic figurine arms showing over the brim. And that, friends, isn’t so cute.
  • Lanci: A plush throw isn’t a storage solution for toys in and of itself, but it can certainly help. Remember those living room baskets we were just talking about? If you aren’t quite able to find one deep enough to cover the toys you want to put in them, you could always throw a chic throw over it to conceal anything you’d rather not see.
  • Scaffalature: Tuo figlio ha molti libri? Se è così, bene per loro! Mostrali in modo creativo acquistando un file libreria alla moda che possono mostrare le loro letture. Hai un piccoletto? Potrebbe essere meglio andare con un file scaffale per libri rivolto in avanti per una presa più facile.
  • Scatola dei giocattoli per soggiorno: If you do choose to put something “kiddie” in your living room for your children’s sake, pay close attention to the colour. If your living room is heavily decorated with muted greys, ivorys and soft greens, don’t disrupt the atmosphere with a bright red toy bin. Instead, look for a toy bin that is grey, white or even a shade of green, even if it is neon, to match what you already have in place. Then, your eye will be less tempted to drift straight to the toy box, and it might even add a level of charm to the area. Check out this cestino per giocattoli di colore neutro that’d be perfect for a warm or earth-toned living room. Just be sure to push those toys down, way down, if you aren’t wanting to see that smiling pink pig staring back at you.

Come si conservano i giocattoli in una piccola stanza?

Quando si tratta di piccoli spazi e idee per riporre i giocattoli per il soggiorno, potresti sentirti frustrato. Certo, ti piace l'idea dell'ottomana regale e sofisticata che mantiene i giocattoli dei tuoi bambini proprio così, ma quando hai poco spazio a disposizione, l'ultima cosa che vuoi fare è aggiungere altri mobili ingombranti al mix.

We get it! Whether you’ve got a smaller home, a mobile home or are renting an apartment, you too can conceal your children’s toys. You’ll just need to be a bit resourceful when doing it.

First things first, you’re going to want to keep as many items off of the floor as possible. And we aren’t talking toys, here. Your storage solutions will largely depend on what concealed storage space you already have available, such as unused cabinets, and what you can add that doesn’t have to take up much needed floor space.

Un'opzione che potrebbe funzionare per un ambiente più piccolo è investire in mensole sospese. Questi possono essere utilizzati per riporre giocattoli, libri e altri oggetti non attualmente in uso.

But who wants their children’s toys to be on display on the living room wall? You’ve got a point, there! Not all shelves are created equal though. Take a peek at this scaffale elegante che dispone di spazi per adattarsi ai cubi di stoccaggio per un modo semplice per nascondere piccoli giocattoli senza occupare spazio sul pavimento con i cestini.

Another great idea is to utilise closets as kid friendly spaces. Some even go as far as to wallpaper the closet and add additional hooks and shelving to make the closet a majestic hide-out for their children’s pleasure. Once your child is done with its contents, simply put the toys and the rest of the mayhem back in, close the doors and go about your merry way. It’s a win!

One final and frugal tip for storage in small spaces is to utilise your couch. No, we aren’t talking about spending extra money on that leather storage couch you’ve been eyeing but can’t afford. Instead, rather than shimmying your couch flush against the wall, why not pull it out a bit and make room for toys? This can be particularly helpful for larger toys that you want concealed. The catch? Only do this if the storage area is out of sight from most angles. Otherwise, this is likely to look a mess, and won’t do you any favours in the long run.

Suggerimenti bonus: soluzioni di archiviazione per giocattoli

Un altro consiglio per voi mamme e papà che cercate di aggrapparvi a quel soggiorno sfacciato in cui avete investito. Prova ad acquistare un cancelletto per bambini di colore neutro for the sole purchase of hiding toys. There are a few opaque versions in earth tone colours that’ll likely make great and unnoticeable additions to your living room.

Scegli semplicemente un angolo o una parte inutilizzata della tua casa o del tuo spazio vitale e usa il cancelletto per coprire tutti i giocattoli che metti lì. Queste cancelli spesso hanno la capacità di stare seduti dritti o ad angolo, quindi non importa quanto sia imbarazzante il punto, questi cancelli dovrebbero coprirti.

Hai un bambino che non può ancora pulire da solo? Prendi una coperta alla moda che si abbini al resto del tuo arredamento e mettici sopra i giocattoli del tuo bambino per la pancia. Quando è ora che il tuo bambino schiacci un pisolino o vada a dormire per la notte, avvolgi semplicemente i giocattoli con la coperta e spostalo da parte. Quando il tuo bambino si sveglia, srotolalo semplicemente. Potrebbe non essere la situazione ideale, ma seriamente, quando sei privato del sonno e hai poche energie, tutto aiuta!

Grandi idee per riporre i giocattoli

Along with the idea of putting some of the larger toys behind your couch, consider reserving large toys to be put on display… in your child’s room of course. No, you likely won’t want to display your little one’s hula hoop in your living room, but you may find a creative way to display it on his or her wall. Moreover, you can display smaller toys, unashamedly, on hanging shelves in your child’s room. Especially those toys that happen to match his or her bedroom theme or colour scheme already.

Another idea for the kid’s bedroom or playroom? Just as we mentioned before, you may wish to take inventory and see what space you have already in your child’s room. A little creativity and reorganising might be involved, but at the end of the day, if it means that you’ll get your living room back, we think you’ll gladly oblige. Looking for more inspiration? Check out this lettura informativa by Ideal Homes for even more ways to conceal your child’s toy bits.

Bear in mind, too, that although using your children’s bedroom and playroom closets and space for storage sounds like a no-brainer, there are some parents who prefer not to have any toys in their children’s rooms…at all.

L'idea alla base di questo è che con la negazione dei giocattoli nel loro ambiente circostante, i bambini hanno molte più probabilità di essere in grado di addormentarsi da soli. Hai un bambino che sembra sempre andare a sbattere nella notte? Conserva questi cerotti divertenti a portata di mano per incidenti minori e controlla il nostro post sul blog per ulteriori informazioni su come tenere a letto tuo figlio.

Idee per riporre i giocattoli per il soggiorno: torna ad amare il tuo soggiorno

To summarise, getting your home back in order doesn’t have to be stressful, time consuming or crazy expensive. Open your eyes to your surroundings. Begin utilising spaces such as cabinets, pantries, closets and shelves in new and interesting ways.

If you have to, limit your kiddos to how many toys they can have in the living room. Stow away the rest for the following week, or month. To fill in any gaps, begin saving for pieces of furniture that you may have been looking to purchase anyway, either for the living room or your children’s rooms. But this time, make sure that it includes storage options.

Before you know it, you’ll be back to relaxing again in an environment that you’re actually happy to call your own!

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