A toy box is a convenient storage unit to stuff your kid’s playing items. If you are someone having a fetish for woodworking projects, building a toy box should be fun and feasible. Here are some ideas that will help you with your DIY endeavors.
Reclaimed wood can be transformed into a wonderful toy storage box if you can go by the tutorial.
Not all toy boxes should have a cover. You can make a crate-style one and give it a neat finish.
Gift something special for your little one building a striking wood box for storing all his favorite toys, indoor games, and sports equipments.
You can either leave the box unfinished or add few coats of paint to increase its aesthetic value.
The toy box carries a heart that tries to express your love for your child. Most importantly, this sturdy storage unit is an asset.
A must-have in every kiddo’s nursery, the wood toy box is given a smooth finish to make it look attractive.
Nobody will believe you building this eye-catching wood toy box. Share your plan to prove your hard efforts.
You can play with colors once you have made the toy box to lend it a contrasting effect.
Engage your little girl in your woodworking activity by letting her add few coats of her favorite paint.
Here is a toy box with a brilliant design and a unique system to play some indoor games.
Doesn’t the box remind you of those childhood pirates’ stories? Give a twist to your kid’s room by opting for this one.
This is a box cum bench to serve a dual purpose as well as help you save space in your house.
Recycled pallet can never go out of use. So why not for building a rustic box to fill in the stuffed toys, balls, cricket bats, and flash cards.
A monogrammed chest toy box with your baby’s name on it is something he will cherish all his life.
If you always get panicky seeing your kid’s toys scattered all over the house, it’s high time you arrange a storage box. Choose any tutorial that you feel would suit your budget and time.
Published on June 16th 2018 by Michelle Anderson