[DailyMom.com] Back-to-School feature in DailyMom.com

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I'm happy to share that our London box is part of DailyMom's back-to-school feature. It focuses on helping parents prepare their children's rooms for school (- after a busy summer!) with some very smart and creative solutions.
Super cute storage for toys and school supplies
Back-to-school is more than buying our school-aged kiddos notebooks and pencils; it’s also a great time to organize the playroom. If you’re like us, the toys and clutter in your house multiplied over summer break. Use this time to reclaim your home by keeping the floors clear, the toys put away and all the essentials handy with the help of an adorable storage box or two.
Wrapped in a natural tone, cotton canvas, kaikai & ash’s adorable 13” canvas toy storage boxes are the perfect size for kids to easily toss their things in, making them not only a functional must-have, but the perfect way to organize a child’s bedroom, the playroom, or even a dorm room. And, they easily fit in Ikea Kallax Shelves, Target Threshold, ClosetMaid 1109, and other cube organizers with 13″+ inserts making them a brilliant alternative to standard black, grey and natural.
The whimsical unicorn boxes are especially on trend for 2018 and will be a huge hit with the little girls in your life. Whether she uses it for her toys or as a catch all for her school supplies, she’ll always know where to find her stuff.
We also love kaikai & ash’s newest City Collection, including Hello Rome! From Paris to London to San Francisco, decorate your child’s room with the beautiful cities around the world. Load them up as the toy population expands, or fold them flat when you go through a good purge.
kaikai & ash creates beautiful, felt applique toy storage boxes featuring 40+ designs by their talented team of creatives. From cities around the world, to cupcakes and to cute animals, each box is thoughtfully inspired by experiences and objects that make the owner, Johnny Wong’s daughters,’ squeal with delight.

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