We’re always on the lookout for the latest product recommendations from social media sensation and cleaning guru Sophie Hinchcliffe, aka Mrs Hinch – just like her Hinch army. But the latest buy we’ve got our eyes on isn’t a cleaner or a cloth or sponge. No, right now it’s the toy storage baskets she’s used for baby Ronnie’s toys we’re loving – see her Insta post below.
These big baskets are the sort that mean once your little ones are in bed, you can clear the floor of scattered toys in one fell swoop, tidying everything away by chucking it into the basket. They’re also really rather stylish and a million miles away from primary plastics, so they’ll be a subtle as well as useful part of a child’s room for many years to come.
Mrs Hinch doesn’t tell us where she bought hers, but we’ve found some exactly the same (annoyingly sold out at the moment) and some brilliant dupes that will look just as lovely in your little one’s room.
Rattan storage baskets, £60 at Not on the High Street
Currently out of stock – hence the lovely alternatives below – these are the baskets that Mrs Hinch is keeping baby Ronnie's toys in (see above). View Deal
For the Love of Home Leisure Cream Star Canvas Storage Basket, £16.95 at Amazon
This canvas basket has handles to make moving it around after the toy scatter easy. It’s 45cm tall, and has a diameter of 45cm, so it can hold plenty. View Deal
Beautiful Basics Grey Star Patterned Pack of Three Storage Baskets, £16 at Dunelm
You’ll get three chic baskets of different dimensions in this set. They’re not for bigger toys, but they’re great for smaller items that could get lost in large containers.
Great Little Trading Co Canvas Storage Cube Box, £19 at John Lewis
This cube-style container features white stars on a grey background. Keep it on the floor or slide it on to a shelf to store once it’s full of toys. It can be folded flat when it’s not being used.