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Organise and hide toys in the living room

We call this the “toy taming imagination station,” and we think it’s a magical, doable way to sort toys in the living room. The closed doors keep toys out of sight and add to a clean, calm feel. 

A white tanem PAX wardrobe in an airy living room area, with its two white doors closed so the room feels calm and inviting.
A white tanem PAX wardrobe in an airy living room area, with its two white doors closed so the room feels calm and inviting.

We started by stripping the inside of an old PAX wardrobe (any wardrobe will do), leaving a clothes rail. We added wallpaper and anchored the wardrobe by drilling a few metal shelves through to the wall. We even made a mini desk from a table-top, a table leg and a stool. Then we put in lots of hooks and boxes to organise even more and make picking up easy peasy.

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Interior designer: Anna Cardell
Photographer: Anna Hållams