$50-100 / Kids / Nursery / Storage & Organization

A Tidy Place for Tots: MultiBox by Green Lullaby


It never fails. Every time my daughter and I set out to really clean her room, it ends in one of two things:

  1. I want to give away half (or more than half) of her toys because there are just too many, or
  2. I end up frantically searching for better ways to store and organize all her stuff

Since we gave away a lot of her toys when we moved back to Georgia from Tennessee, the second outcome won this time. For the sake of my sanity, I really need to find a good, kid-friendly storage solution. I don’t know if this is the perfect solution for us, but Green Lullaby’s eco-friendly storage furniture is good enough to share nonetheless.

Their MultiBox (found via Inhabitots) is a combination of a storage unit, a chair and an educational block. The fully recyclable box is made of recycled cardboard, and it’s covered in a fire retardant solution that is supposed to be non-toxic. I’m going to have to do some research on that one, but that’s a great feature in theory. Some other great featured? The box is water-resistant and the surface can be cleaned easily with a wet wipe.


If you’re intrigued by the MultiBox, you’ll want to see the rest of Green Lullaby’s products, including a bench/table, a baby cradle (yes, a cradle made of cardboard) and a dollhouse.

Why It’s Green:

  • Made of recycled cardboard and recyclable
  • Finished with non-toxic, water-based paints, adhesives and fire retardant

Price: $59.99 for a set of 3 MultiBoxes at Olive & Bean

About Author

I am a graphic designer by trade who has a strong passion for interior design and doing what we can to protect the environment. This blog and my other site, Green & Gorgeous, are my ways of giving back to the Earth.


  • carrie leber
    July 17, 2009 at 12:47 pm

    wow – love this! what an innovative collection.

  • myblogful
    July 26, 2009 at 4:08 am

    wow! that’s a nice idea. not only does it serves as toys for toddlers it also serves as mini boxes where they can keep their toys after playing them that’s a practical way of organizing! thanks for sharing!


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