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The Gruffalo Kids' Storage Unit by HelloHome
|Price:||£49.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
- The Gruffalo storage unit - practical and convenient for storing toys, book and games
- Transform their bedroom or playroom in minutes with their favourite Gruffalo characters
- Sturdy construction using high-grade MDF, with 6 open storage bins made from sturdy fabric
- The perfect size for toddlers it's great for encouraging kids to tidy away. Assembled size (h)60, (w)63.5, (d)30cm
- Part of the Gruffalo bedroom furniture and storage range from HelloHome
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The attractive 6 Bin Storage unit will make tidying up a pleasure rather than a chore for your little ones. With its strong MDF frame and 6 fabric storage drawers it is ideal for keeping clothes, toys and games tidy. High quality printed graphics make it look perfect in a child's bedroom or playroom and is a sure way to encourage your children to tidy away at the end of the day!
1 x left panel
1 x right panel
9 x batons
6 x fabric storage bins
1 x set of screws
I x instruction sheet
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Top Customer Reviews
The design is lovely and actually looks nice in our living room. The end you can't see in the picture hasthe snake and the mouse on it with a tree going right to the top of the panel.
Pretty easy to build too, didn't take long.
Please consider that my daughter is the only child in both my husband and my family so she has A LOT of toys.
So now this holds all the puzzles with their pieces and all the little things that children seem to enjoy collecting.
It is also really cute to look at, and it takes me 1 minute flat to throw all in the boxes when we are finished play.
Highly recommend it.
Very nicely decorated in Gruffalo motifs and looks great in any room.
It loses a star for being so expensive for what it is, and the storage boxes are not that robust. My child empties his toys out of the boxes, then pulls the cardboard support out of the bottom of the box, so we have to keep reassembling it. Also the storage boxes wobble a bit on the horizontal bars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great unit, easy to assemble and still looks in mint condition after 6+ months in a play room (being unpacked and destroyed on a daily basis!)Published 3 months ago by CB
Beautiful piece of furniture son loves it, I would however say to check the dimensions as it is small but it does state the size so be aware that it ismy a large piece of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tasha
Great as my little boy can just help himself, he even copies me putting things back when cleaning up, and his favourite car drawer is always empty.Published 12 months ago by S W
Love this storage box. Smaller than I'd expected - check the dimensions. The boxes are made of a canvass type of material, so I'm reluctant to put any weight in them - I'd... Read morePublished 12 months ago by White
My Toddeler loves this toy organiser it allows her to pick and choose what she wants perfect sizePublished 12 months ago by Louiza
My toddler loves this, it is just the right size for him to access everything.Published 12 months ago by M Butcher
This unit looks like a painted shoe rack rather then a storage. The feet of the unit is very rough and it has scratched my wood floor. I am disappointed.Published 12 months ago by Miss UK
Not the most sturdy but easy to put together and ideal for those small toys or toys made up of lots of bits that are difficult to tidy away.Published 13 months ago by Andrew Doyle