Not every home has the space for a separate playroom, which is precisely why toy storage ideas for a living room are so necessary. It is, as its name suggests, a room to be lived in, and so, all signs of family life are part and parcel of this area within your home.
While some people are more than happy to leave anything from Lego in its thousands to a doll’s afternoon tea party strewn across the rug and central coffee table, most (like interior designer Elizabeth Krueger whose living room design, above, has lots of potential for hidden toy storage) prefer to tidy it all away when playtime’s over to return it to its grown-up glory.
Toy storage ideas for living rooms can be incredibly easy to integrate or they can be more complex, made-to-measure solutions. These top five considerations should make life a little more orderly without you ever feeling as though you’re spoiling their fun.