Wednesday, October 30, 2013

"T" is for Toy Box Round-Up

Build: diy toy box round up

I've been meaning to collect all my toy box builds into one succinct post for a long time now.

A great gift for the holidays, start building now and you'll have it ready in time!

I just finished another simple toy box with a lid, this time the monogram is pink:

The simple toy box is modern, sleek and uses torsion hinges to control the lid - no pinched fingers here:

For those who prefer an open toy box that can hold a ton this model is great:

It's deep and wide and open:

And I love the navy blue version built for James last December.

Which version will you build?

I'm linking up to:
SAS @ Funky Junk
Nifty Thrifty Sunday @ Nifty Thrifty Things
That DIY Party @ The DIY Showoff
Tutorials & Tips Tuesday @ Home Stories A to Z
The Scoop @ Lolly Jane
Strut Your Stuff @ Somewhat Simple
Share Awesomeness Thur @ The 36th Avenue
Pretty Things Thursday @ Scissors & Spatulas
Flaunt it Friday @ Chic on a Shoestring
Frugal Friday @ The Shabby Nest
Furniture Feature Friday @ Miss Mustard Seed
SAS @ Just a Girl
Remodelaholics Anonymous @ Remodelaholic
inspiration board @ Carolyns Homework
Sunday Showcase Party @ Under the Table & Dreaming


Korrie@RedHenHome said...

My favorite is the one with the lid.

Pam the Goatherd said...

Toyboxes don't have to just be used for toys. The one with the lid would make a lovely blanket chest for storing blankets/quilts/afghans/comforters.

lora said...

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