The Low-Key, Stress-Free Organized Home
Give Old Crates New LifeHilary organizes toys by type (tin planes and cars in one, Legos in another) and stashes them in wooden crates that she finds at yard sales and vintage shops. They’re sturdy enough so that the kids can drag them outside. One crate also serves as a repository for books.
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