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Storage for loot from Santa

If the big man in the red suit has come to your house and left behind a pile of clutter, er, treasured playthings, it’s time to think about storage solutions. KidKraft has a rounded top toy chest for stashing all of your little pirate’s loot. For ages 3 and older, the chest has a lid support to protect young fingers from being pinched, and it has handles on each side to make it easy for parents to move. Available in natural, white and espresso finishes, the composite wood chest is packaged with assembly instructions. Weighing 45-pounds and measuring 16.5- by 17.5- by 28.75-inches, it can quickly hold a number of toys, making it easier for you to swab the decks.

Natural Round Top Storage Chest by KidKraft, $144.99, www.target.com.

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