Forget spring cleaning! January is the season for sorting out - especially if your house is anything like mine and still recovering from the post-Christmas chaos. From small storage solutions to a whole new system - we've put together a list of ideas suitable for any space and budget.

1. Start Small

It feels like as soon as a child hits school age their toys suddenly all become minuscule. We've all experienced the pain of stepping on a rogue Lego piece or the dread that accompanies the noise of the vac sucking up an integral Polly Pocket doll. If you're attempting to gather lots of little bits, our storage bags from Play & Go are a brilliant option. Designed as a 2 in 1 toy storage bag that doubles as a play mat. Even Lego storage is simple, and dolls, cars, balls and blocks can all be swiftly cleared away with one swing.
For storing smaller toys we use these boxes from IKEA. They come in a range of sizes, have a lid, are stackable and wash really easily.
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2. Make it Stylish

Attempting to blend all those rainbow-bright toys into your dreamy aesthetic living space can often feel like an impossible task. But fear not, it's completely achievable with these beautiful baskets from House Doctor. Available in a range of sizes (Small, Medium & Large) and made from pine wood and paper, they'll add a contemporary chic style to any room you put them in.

3. Storage (Mustard) Made For You

What storage dreams are made of! With endless possibilities and a bunch of super cute and functional accessories, it's no surprise that our Mustard Made lockers are so popular. Mustard launched in 2018 it's been a pretty wild ride! You can read about how it all started or read the Making Mustard blog for a look behind the scenes. In the meantime, browse the collection here and fall in love with lockers!
Mustard Made

4. Beautiful Book Storage

I'm happy to admit that I have a *slight* addiction to buying beautiful children's books. And finding an equally beautiful storage solution for them has been at the top of my priority list.
If you're looking for a library-esq feel, these picture ledges from IKEA are a great option and mean you can change up your display throughout the year.

5. Crazy for Crates

Without a doubt, one of the most popular storage options we sell are these crates from Aykasa. Made from 100% recyclable food-safe plastic and designed to fold completely flat, they're the perfect storage solution for a whole host of items. Plus they come in a wide range of colours, so whatever your theme there will be a crate to match!
Aykasa - Small Folding Storage Crate
January 10, 2022 — admin