The first thing you need to do is to buy shelves or furniture that has shelving in it. This will allow you to be able to get boxes to store toys in and then stack them away on these shelves.
Shelves are also easily accessible and can hold a great deal of weight. At the same time, you can categorize what type of toy goes where, and you can put balls and dolls on the bottom shelves where the kids can reach them, while putting more complex toys higher up so that they can only be reached under supervision.
Separate storage for art supplies
One important thing that you need to keep in mind, is that you can’t go on and store art supplies with your normal toys. This is because you don’t want toys to be covered in paint and other such substances, and because you don’t want children to go on and eat away at the art supplies when you have your backs turned.
Color code, organize and label
Another thing that you need to do, is that you need to colour code things. You can have toys in blue boxes, art supplies in yellow and so on and so forth. This will help children associate colours with activities, and it will help train their mind from a young age.
You can also take pictures of the contents of the boxes and paste them on the front, so that you can easily figure out what items are in what boxes, so that you don’t have to open each box to look for things.