Vertbaudet 3-box library | Review

Storage has always been an issue in our house. In fact, it's probably not storage really, it's probably too much stuff and lack of organisation.

Having recently moved a few pieces of furniture around we have turned our conservatory from playroom back into a dining room, moving my desk into the kitchen space where the dining table was.
We moved the boys toys into their bedrooms, as well as having a good ol' clear out, but I still wanted to have a space in the conservatory to put some of the boys things. I used the old changing station as a shelving unit...well that is the plan, except of course it is just a "dumping station", and we were sent a lovely Vertbaudet 3-box library. This is primarily used for paper, books, and houses the boys old school work in plastic boxes, which fit perfectly in the deep compartments.

Hidden storage sections at the side are perfect to house more books, or other toys...or in our case a monkey teddy who looks like he had a good time last night.

This was really easy to put together. I do find following instructions given with Vertbaudet products a little tricky to follow but a lot of this was common sense and was pretty straight forward.
I particularly love the sailing design to this piece, and the colours not only being bright and therefore being attractive to children, but also suitable enough to be in an adult space too.

The 3 box library is sturdy and well made, and the ideal storage solution for those, like us, who are disorganised.

The 3 box library retails at £54 and is available in a variety of designs to suit any bedroom or playroom theme.
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