Chalkboard Toy Box Storage


chalkboar toy box storage
Hey Remodelaholics! Kristin from The Hunted Interior. I am a sucker for Chalkboard Paint & so is my two year old.  She LOVES drawing on our giant chalkboard wall in our kitchen.  When I was trying to find some baskets to help organize her growing toy collection I put two of my favorite items together to create a nice toy box storage option.
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Wine Crates are such a great (& usually free) item to utilize.  We have a stash of them out in the shed ready for all of my crazy ideas.  Not wanting to display our favorite wineries in our daughter’s room, I applied a coat of leftover Rustoleum’s Chalk Paint & voila!  One of the easiest projects I have ever completed.
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These crates are readily available at your local liquor stores.  Just simply ask them if they have any extras they are throwing away.
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These would look great anywhere you need some extra storage.  A mudroom, kitchen, laundry room, closet… the possibilities are endless.
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Here is another one of my Wine Crate Projects


If you’d like to see more of the tutorials over at The Hunted Interior, click here.

Thanks Cassity!!
Wasn’t that a great idea for a toy box storage?

Meet the Author: Cassity

Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. She is an interior designer, wife, and mother of two. She and Justin have remodeled three Read More


  1. says

    Super cute idea! It’s a great way to incorporate chalkboard paint without a huge commitment. It also doesn’t hurt that you have some serious handwriting skills.

  2. says

    These are great! I’ve been thinking of cute ideas for my closet craft room. These crates would be so perfect! Awesome excuse to go to the liquor store :)

  3. Susanne says

    Wondering where the storage cube is from? I’ve been looking for one and I love how you’ve filled each space!

    • Cass says

      Thanks, Meredith! I’m not sure where the shelf is from — you’ll have to click over and ask The Hunted Interior.

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