OCALA, Fla. – Storage systems for children are becoming increasingly popular. Following that trend, ClosetMaid has launched KidSpace, a new collection of kid-tested and approved juvenile storage furniture. 
The new KidSpace line is comprised of 10 laminate storage items and a variety of compatible fabric drawers and wire frame fabric bins. Designed to be affordable and gender-neutral to look good anywhere in the home, KidSpace helps kids take a more active part in getting and staying organized. 
"Considering $22 billion is spent annually on toys in the USA, we created KidSpace to help keep them all organized," said Scott Davis, vice president of product development and marketing, ClosetMaid. "Our research showed most storage products on the market classified as Juvenile/Kids were general items like bookcases and soft storage, so we wanted to take it a step further to offer something more to consumers."
Mix and match units from this collection can be used in several applications in bedrooms, playrooms, living rooms and more. Many units can be complemented by existing Cubeicals fabric or wire bins and drawers, as well as new wide wire frame bins.
Special features of the KidSpace collection are thick top shelves with rounded corners, full MDF back panels to provide extra product support and safety hardware to attach stationary items to the wall to prevent tipping.
The KidSpace collection consists of:
Storage Locker
Horizontal Storage Shelf
Vertical Storage Shelf
Open Storage Unit
Cube Storage Table
Angled 2 Bin
Small Angled Bin
Mobile Toy Chest
Mini Bench
Art Easel
Chalkboard Toy Chest
Storage bins in the following styles: chalkboard, wire, wire frame, wide wire frame
The entire product line ranges in price from $7.99 to $69.99 and will be available for purchase on www.closetmaid.com, popular online retailers and at select stores. To learn, visit ClosetMaid.com/kidspace.
ClosetMaid is a division of Emmerson and its organization and storage brands include: MasterSuite, Impressions, SpaceCreations, ShelfTrack, Selectives and SuiteSymphony. For more information, visit www.closetmaid.com.


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