Toy storage and organising is challenging at the best of times but how are you finding it during the lockdown?
With the kids being at home all the time now, toys and games end up everywhere besides the cupboard. We can all agree that it’s mostly manageable when schools are open and the weather is good as toys are used more often. However, as parents, we know that can change in an instant. To help keep your sanity during the lockdown, we’ve compiled some innovative toy storage tips and tricks.
is almost in full swing and that means spending more time outdoors with family
and friends. But before you can enjoy all the activities, you should look into
summer storage ideas for garden toys, splash pools, garden equipment or
warmer weather is ideal to spend some time decluttering your garage or garden
shed to make more space. Rather be organised now than leave everything last
minute whether you want to store excess summer things or prepare for winter. If
you are like many other families with too much stuff, you can always opt for a
self storage unit.
The beautiful weather means everyone wants to spend more time outside especially the little ones. Thing is, do you have storage solutions in mind for all the garden toys? We all know how quickly they can pile up and clutter every space inside, and outside, your home. Warmer weather usually brings about thunderstorms so you need ways to quickly and easily store garden toys to prevent injury or damage.
Packing all the toys back in the shed or garage at the end of every day isn’t ideal. It’s just creating more work for yourself. You also don’t want to risk leaving the toys out overnight so what do you do? There are a number of storage solutions that will help avoid a cluttered backyard and protect toys from the elements. A good place to start is with our simple toy storage and organising tips. Continue reading →
It seems the ‘Beast from the East’ has finally left us! Forecasts suggest May is the new August for the best summer weather and a good time for some spring cleaning. With warmer weather about, there are jobs to do in the garden including a little garden furniture TLC.
For the super organised who cleaned and stored everything at the end of last summer, it’ll be a breeze. Get the furniture out of the shed, garage or storage unit, give it a quick wipe down and you’re all set. If the garden furniture and equipment did not spend the winter in self storage, prepare for some serious spring cleaning.
Snagging clothes or injuring yourself on wood splinters or broken plastic is no fun. Neither is getting rust marks or stains on your clothes from moss among other things. We’ve compiled some handy tips on how to revamp and prepare your garden furniture and equipment for summer.Continue reading →
Not too long ago we gave advice on furniture storage and how to prepare it for summer. Within a blink of an eye, the season is almost over and therein lays the next challenge. Winter is around the corner and now you must decide what to store and what to keep. We’re also not just talking about furniture storage but also seasonal toys and garden equipment.
Storing your garden tools, furniture or toys in the garage or shed will take up too much room and it’s not as safe as you might think. Without even mentioning the clutter you’ll create, you have to consider Continue reading →