2-in-1 Toy Box & Art Lid™ - Tan
2-in-1 Toy Box & Art Lid™ - Tan
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It’s never been so easy to ask your little ones to clean their room thanks for the 2-in-1 Toy Box & Art Lid - Tan by Step2.
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2-in-1 Toy Box & Art Lid™ - Tan
With the Step2 2-in-1 Toy Box & Art Lid - Tan it’s never been easier to ask your little ones to clean their room. Toddlers and preschools will enjoy putting away their toys and creating masterpieces on the art board of the toy bin. Your kid’s playroom or bedroom will look like a clean art gallery once they have this unique toy chest and art station! Made in USA.
- Lid doubles as an art board– use as a coloring or writing surface or for other fun activities, such as putting together puzzles!
- Art clip on the lid lets kids decorate their toy box by displaying their artwork
- Includes two supply containers to keep art materials organized (toys and accessories pictured are not included)
- 4.5 cubic feet (0.13 cubic meter) of interior storage space
- Also available in pink, red and blue
- Minimal adult assembly required
RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 and up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 845500
DIMENSIONS: 19.00 H 30.50 W 19.00 D
WEIGHT: 10 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Attention Grandpas We purchased this toy box for our thirteen month old grandson to keep at our house. For his toys at home we bought a wooden toy box that matches his bedroom furniture and it cost considerably more! It was one that had to be put together(Grandpa's job), then had to be delivered to his home(again Grandpa's job) Now, my daughter-in-law wants to trade us and use the Step 2.This is the box I would have wanted for my son had it been available 47 years ago. It was inexpensive, easy to put together--I opened the shipping box, removed it and placed the Art Lid on the box & Walla! It holds toys and he can use the removable Art Lid to draw on.Date published: 2017-01-03Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great for storage & play... Purchased this for my 15 month old and his growing mound of toys. I was pleasantly surprised by how much it fits. And its a great way to keep a few favorites in the living room without looking out of place and will transition well to the play room downstairs once he can navigate stairs safely. The best bonus is my son loves playing with it. We use the shelf and containers on top for balls and other toys and he spends lots of time taking things down and putting them back up...highly recommend.Date published: 2014-11-24Rated 5 out of 5 by KASSIDY from BOY OR GIRL WILL HAVE FUN THIS BOX. THIS IS A GREAT TOY BOX FOR ANY BOY OR GIRL. ITS VERY STURDY AND DEEP AND HOLDS LOTS OF TOYS BUT THE BEST PART IS THE DRAWING AND ACTIVITY BOARD ON FRONT. MY CHILD PLAYS FOR HOURS ON IT AND ACTS LIKE HES HEAD OF THE BOARDROOM. THE COST IS SO REASONABLE I THINK I MIGHT BUY ANOTHER. GREAT PRODUCT GREAT MANUFACTURE.Date published: 2016-11-16Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Good size! Great toy box! It's not overly big or too small. The lid doubles as an art surface but I do wish the lid was attached to the toy box in some way.Date published: 2016-09-29Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Works for us I purchased this for some additional storage, in our tiny home, for random objects that do not fit in, anywhere else, and so that my 28 month old can access them, unlike my other storage totes that have locking lids. I have all of my son's toys in plastic storage bins, separated by the type of items (trains, legos, etc). We take one box out at a time and then pick up/put away. This item came across in a pre holiday sale so I bought it after looking at reviews and comparing to Step2's Lift and Hide with bookshelf, toy box. I chose this one because of the price and size. The bookshelf toy box was much more costly for the additional 1 cubic foot ; bookshelf box was 5.5 cubic feet versus 4.5 on this one, bookshelf had a little shelf and this one had a little flat surface with 2 tiny bins.After reading other reviews, I did not like the idea of the bookshelf toy box coming in 2 halves, for the bottom storage section, and having to screw them together because that would be a stress point and possibly cause some issues in the future. This art toy box is 1 solid piece. Reviews on the bookshelf box said the plastic was thin and flimsy and in fact on this one, the same is true - I can see my hand through the thin wall but I wouldn't say it is flimsy or will fall apart under normal wear and we take care of things (ie, not for climbing or throwing or playing in. At first glance, when I opened the box, it appeared to be that double thick wall (like some of the outside toys made by step 2), where it wraps around and has an inch or so, space of air, between the inside and outside but that is not the case. The plastic wraps in for the lid support/lip and then stops. My son tries to get some trucks out of the box, and pieces, like the wheels of a truck, get stuck on that lip and he gets mad and frustrated. I guess the plus size is that not having that double wall is there is more internal space….give and take on all things.The lid just lays on top of the ledge/lip, so you can't have it over-flowing with toys and expect it to stay in place. I don't think we will use the lid as a coloring board because the back is not smooth/covered, just has lots of slots and lines of plastic to give it structure...would not be comfy in a lap, but maybe on the floor it would be good.The neutral color, I like. I was torn between this and the Thomas the Train version, as he loves trains, but opted for this neutral color. I figured he would probably out grow his love of trains and the bright little kid colors. This neutral coloring will fit in, even when he is 10 years old, as a little storage place for toys, and it will blend right in and not look childish.For the price, I like it and think it will last us for years to come.Date published: 2014-11-29
Q & AWhat material is this toy box made of? I live in a warm climate and I was wondering if it is plastic and durable enough to be used and kept outside for toy storage? Thanks!I have two of these, and the plastic is pretty heavy duty. It would be fine on a covered porch area, but because it has holes on the side lid, if it is left in an uncovered area, water could get in.Date published: 2017-06-16