The Honey Can Do toy organizer is sturdy enough and simple enough to assemble. (To assemble, you screw in eight white rods to join up the two side panels. Then your child can place the bins in. Took me half an hour.)
The pastel bin colors are a bit brighter than pictured.
My two-year-old can reach the bottom three rows of bins by herself. (She's 36" tall.)
Cardboard, plastic and canvas toy bins are versatile and portable — perfect for open shelving, cubbies or floors. It’s easy to categorize with this type of organizer (try color coding and/or labeling for efficiency) and they can quickly convert an empty bookshelf into a toy bin organizer. Look for a toy organizer with bins that are removable, for the ability to use them around the house as needed, while using the empty space for books or clothes. Lots of kids storage designs are made from durable fabrics now, so they can be collapsed, washed and hauled around from place to place without a problem.
Add color and storage space to a room with kids toy organizers. In researching organizers for my daughters bedroom and playroom, I keep finding more and more ideas that I love.