Kids have a good deal of stuff. They also demand a surprising amount of furniture, so it is a bonus when you are able to double-purpose necessary furnishings with storage, and even better when the storage can be reconfigured as children grow. Visualize those vibrant storage blocks you snagged to hold the toddler blocks as nightstands and bookshelves plus concealed storage which needs almost no effort from you and may be broken down tomorrow and then reconfigured into something different.
Plastic or Wood Cubes
Come up with the notion behind the type of storage you need from bedside blocks. Bookshelves need the blocks to be stacked with both open sides facing the exact same manner. Hidden storage allows you set one cube open-side-up and top it with the next cube, open to the side.
Drill a hole an inch in the edges in all four corners of the base of the greatest cube. Drill a hole in each of the front and back faces of the bottom cube, which will sit open-side-up on the ground. The holes in the bottom cube must be 1 inch from the top and one inch in from the side. Measure before drilling to ensure the holes in the bottom and top cubes lineup.
Place the items to be seasonally or longterm saved in the lower cube. Establish the side-opening cube in addition to the decrease cube and secure the two together with cable ties threaded through the holes in each of the four corners.
Place a lamp, clock and other bedside comforts on the flat surface of the highest cube. Use the reachable open inside of the highest cube for a shelf to store objects which are frequently used, like novels, favorite toys, bedtime animals or a audio player.
Clip the leading cable ties to lift the top cube up and eliminate seasonal storage items in the bottom cube. Alter the cable ties to re-secure both blocks collectively.
Assemble individual cable cubes according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Most cable blocks only snap with plastic links.
Snap two constructed blocks together, one in addition to another with both openings facing the identical side, utilizing the straps offered by the manufacturer. If the straps don’t look secure enough, then see Step 3 for an alternate fastening approach.
Stack 1 cube on top of another, with both open ends facing the side, in the exact same direction. Combine the blocks with plastic wire ties.
Cut a piece of thin plywood the size of one side of a cube. Sand the edges until they are smooth, prime and paint the plywood with high gloss enamel on either side.
Drill a hole in each corner of the painted plywood. Set the plywood in addition to the greatest cube. Thread a cable tie through every hole, grabbing a strand of the cable cube from the wire loop; pull the loop tight to secure the plywood into the cube.
Decide on a lamp or nightlight and a box of tissues on the nightstand and stash novels or stuffed animals from the cube shelves.