A girl’s toy box is just what is needed to help keep cluttered rooms organised. Every parent knows how hard it can be to keep things tidy with little girls around the house. If you can’t stand the clutter or just like to avoid tripping over Barbie dolls and dressing up clothes, then you probably already have a few toy boxes in living rooms, playrooms or bedrooms stuffed to the brim with toys.
Girls love their toys and whether it’s dolls that don’t fit in their dolls houses, play kitchen accessories that don’t fit in the play kitchen or Barbie dolls that don’t have a home, they always seem to find their way under your feet. Encouraging a little girl to put her toys away in a toy box isn’t the easiest of tasks for a mother, but by buying them a pretty toy box that they will love, you might just have more luck.
Girl’s Toy Box Styles
There are a few different styles of girl’s toy boxes to choose from with folding toy boxes, wooden illustrated toy boxes and even toy storage for under the bed or a desk.
|Disney Frozen Toy Box||This girl’s toy box is in pretty blues and pinks featuring Elsa, Anna and Olaf from frozen. The toy box has open top access making it ideal for smaller rooms without restricting packing access. This toy box is easy to assemble and is made out of sturdy fabric with the two sides in MDF. The top fastens easily down with velcro.|
|This wooden toy box is perfect to double up as a bench or a seat at the bottom of the bed. Fill it with dressing up clothes and your little girl will have a seat as she does up her fancy shoes!
Bright colours and wood MDF materials it is sturdy and easy to fit together.
|Daisy Flower Wooden Toy Box|
|Wooden Toy Box and Bench – Crayon Themed||A number one bestseller this toy box is perfect for the little girl who loves to draw with its fun crayon theme.
This toy box is easy to assemble and made out of solid sturdy wood. The size of this box makes it ideal for smaller rooms or where there is a shortage of space.
If you are looking for something a bit more boyish take a look at some of our boy’s toy boxes.