Take advantage of wall space
Create a lego or hot wheels wall
Upgrade your child's bedroom and take advantage of unused space by getting toys off the floor and onto the walls.
Many of your child's favorite toys — from Legos to Hot Wheels — can get off the floor and go vertical!
You can save valuable floor space in your child’s room by going vertical. We are always telling our kids to pick up their toys (nothing hurts worse than stepping on Legos or small cars in your bare feet) and now they'll be happy to do so with these fun ideas.
You've probably seen the photos of Lego walls (and entire rooms) on Pinterest and YouTube. And now, you can create a Lego wall with ease.
What you'll need:
Image courtesy of I-Beam Deisgn + Architecture
Hot Wheels walls
Generation after generation, every kid loves Hot Wheels. And now, you can create the ultimate Hot Wheels racetrack with Hot Wheels Wall Tracks.
The iconic orange tracks get off the floor and on the wall for a whole new Hot Wheels experience. Parents can easily hang the Wall Tracks without concerns over wall damage as they are packaged with 3M Command Strips and an easy installation template.
We all know that many toys say that they are easy to put together, but most of the time they aren't. Well, Wall Tracks really are — I tried it for myself, giving my 4-year-old son's room a Hot Wheels makeover.
We started with the Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Starter Set. It includes everything you need with easy-to-follow instructions and a template.
Expansion is easy. You can add the Wall Tracks Power Tower Track Set (that's up next for us!), Daredevil Curve and other stunt sets with ease. Just follow the instructions and expand the fun.
Did you know that Hot Wheels cars are magnetic? Hang a magnetic knife rack and your kids will always know where to find their favorite cars!
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