Printed Plastic Storage Bins - Children storage bins come in a huge variety of shades and sizes that can make them a lot more attractive in a child's room. You can find bins made from painted wood, which seems good but is heavy and can cause splinters. Splinters do not encourage children to put their toys away in the end of the day.
For aesthetic purposes, attempt to match the number of kids storage bins together with the amount of storage you truly require. That will mean that you won't end up mixing and fitting bins and not having a fluid and congruent look. Just because you find the perfect bins now does not mean they'll continue to be available next month. Purchasing them all at the same time is a much better way to make sure that you will have a smooth look that's easy on your eyes while easy for your kids to use.
When you are organizing them, bear in mind that these are kids storage bins and thus they need to be at an appropriate level for the children. Occasionally as adults we arrange a child's space to suit our preferences and neglect that there are limitations to how high our children can achieve. If you put a lot of bins in addition to each other you are risking an accident as they attempt to scale up to get what they want.
Choosing a color that will last for years is a good idea. Many older children still find a use for their bins long when they've outgrown most of the toys. Main colors, pastels, and neon colors may be beneficial for now but will they be good for tomorrow. Using bright and cheery primary colors generally can help make sure that even as the space alters the bins will still appeal to a sense of style, and eventually their sense of style.
Don't be afraid to spend slightly more on kids storage bins to ensure quality. You will want this purchase to carry your children through for a very long time and thus you will want to be sure that they're not flimsy or weak. Children have a tendency to use just about anything as a toy, so you will also want to ensure that the storage bins are safe, won't snare a kid inside, and meet basic safety standards.