Are you looking at homes in Little Elm TX to accommodate your growing family? Even if you choose a spacious new house to live in, nothing will make it seem smaller than having your children’s toys scattered all over the place. Here are a few suggestions on how to keep toys organized, and make cleanup time a breeze for even the littlest ones in your home.
Rolling Wooden Crates – Are you an antique fan? Corral your kids’ toys with the help of some old wooden crates. Add a nice coat of stain and sealer, attach casters to each corner, and you’ll have an easy way to transport toys back to your child’s bedroom.
Bucket Brigade – Select brightly colored buckets from your local dollar store and attach a label to describe the contents, such as cars, blocks or sports gear. Dedicate a bookcase to hold the buckets, or simply store them in your child’s closet.
Clear Jars – Clear kitchen canisters are great options for storing loose crayons, toy soldiers and other odds and ends. These storage containers can also hold hair accessories or art supplies.
Over-the-Door Storage – One way to keep your child’s toys out of the way is to store them in bags that you hang over the door. You can buy shoe holders from retailers like the Container Store or make them yourself!
Wire Wall Baskets – Garden baskets can do double duty when you hang them on your child’s bedroom wall to hold books, stuffed animals or whatever other items are frequently used.
Wooden bins – Another clever way to organize toys is with a collection of wooden bins. Paint the front of each one with chalkboard paint. Use chalk to label the bins, so you can easily change the labels by erasing them, when you choose to store different items in the future.
Under-the-Bed Wheeled Storage – There’s no better place for storing toys than under your child’s bed. Pick up a plastic bin with casters on it at a store like Target. Or if you’re especially crafty, build your own wheeled storage unit out of wood.
Dominion at Lakeview is a popular community in which to raise a family. Landon Homes offers energy efficient homes for sale in this amenity packed neighborhood, located in Little Elm just east of Lake Lewisville. Home buyers can enjoy four amenity centers with pools, parks, walking trails, roller hockey rink and two basketball courts. Plus, the community is served by the highly acclaimed Frisco ISD.
Landon Homes has a limited number of north, west and south lots available to build. Contact us today to find out about the homes in Little Elm TX for sale at Dominion at Lakeview.