Thomas the Train or Lego Table - organize all of those little pieces
car storage and organization ideas
This is brilliant! A mini high-rise garage! Each car gets its own port in this easy storage solution for your kid's Hot Wheels cars. 1. Get assorted wooden boxes or crates from your local crafts store. 2. Collect cardboard rolls (e.g. paper towels, wrapping paper, mailing tubes, etc.) and cut to fit box depth. 3. Arrange rolls in box as you see fit. Use larger boxes for track and miscellaneous storage
Picture Ledges: Interior Designer Lacey Carroll did a playroom makeover for a client whose son had lots of toy cars. She decided to display and store them using picture ledges.
Hot Wheels 'car knobs' are a winning way to decorate your kid's drawers. 1. Drill a self-tapping screw into your Hot Wheels car. 2.Replace existing drawer knob with Hot Wheels car knob.
Park all their Hot Wheels in one place with this DIY under-the-bed storage unit. Kids can start their adventure on the top play area and end wherever their stories take them. Find out how to make it for your kids here.
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