Useful Felt Storage Bin for Kids

When working with small children or having them at home, you must be extra careful regarding their safety because they are not aware of all the dangers and hazards around them. So this becomes our job to protect them and make sure they live and play in a secure environment. And that involves many things. Apart from the furniture that must be bolted to the wall, the storage bins should be carefully chosen, too. I mean wooden or hard plastic storage bins can hurt the kids if they fall on them and are filled with toys. And we all know the efforts a kid would do to get to their favourite toy. That is why I recommend Useful Felt Storage Bins for Kids because they are soft and nice and also available in different sizes in order to meet all needs.

These bins are designed by the world famous designer Pia Wallén of Sweden and they are perfect for kids. First of all they are soft and nice to touch which will develop the kids tactile sense. Then they are large enough to store books, toys, slippers or whatever you need to put in them. Last, but not least, they are lightweight, allowing kids to manipulate them easily, this way allowing them to get organized and independent, cleaning their room and keeping it tidy after playing. And all for just $40 – $80, depending on size.

Published by in Kids, on September 21st, 2012


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