Storage solutions for children’s rooms (for all those new toys)

Like us, your children probably kindly received a lot of new things from Santa for Christmas (and were delighted about it), however, you’re probably now left wondering where you are going to put it all. Because, you may have had a pre-Christmas clear-out, but we’d be willing to bet that you’re still scratching your head wondering where everything is now going to go.

Luckily, the experts from Great Little Trading Company (GLTC) are here to help, with some VERY handy tips on storage solutions:

Box it up

Storage boxes are always a stylish and chic way to hide toys from bedrooms and playrooms. For smaller toys, you can invest in storage baskets to keep homes organised — they also look great in every room too. For larger toys, use these sturdy toy boxes for a clutter-free look.


If everywhere is looking a bit bland and boring after the sparkle of Christmas, think about swapping, changing, or investing in new room accessories. How about some updated cushion covers, a beautiful knitted blanket draped over the bed, or even an extra shelf or two to display books and accessories in a more prominent position?

Looking towards spring

If you’re in need of a reminder that winter will pass, a nod to spring is a good idea. We suggest popping to your local garden centre for some plants to brighten up your rooms. They’re a cheaper alternative that offer far more longevity…if you remember to water them.

Shop the sale

Finally, with so many amazing products in the Great Little Trading Co. winter sale, January is a brilliant time to refresh your home for less. There’s stylish storage, fantastic furniture, and beautiful rooms accessories to choose from and up to 30 percent off our classic wooden toys.

Happy de-cluttering!

For more hints and tips, please see here for the full article.


Written by Editor, Jess Soothill

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Jess Soothill

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