Pool toy storage solves the dilemma of keeping the pool area looking neat, yet having the swimming pool toys readily available for all the swimmers
You can often find a pool deck box like this one pictured at your local Home Depot or Lowes store - but normally look in the spring and summer. They usually sell out by fall.
This weatherproof piece can be left outside, near the pool, so that the toys can easily be picked up and stored - yes, the kids need to be responsible for picking up their own toys.
I was so envious of my neighbor Ashley who had this great spot to place a large pool deck box to store her family's pool stuff.
So at the end of this summer, we had all the holly ripped out by the back of the garage which is in our pool area.
Some quick shopping on the internet and I found the LARGEST pool deck box possible ....and I found it at Amazon with free shipping.
I love how it saves a trip to the store and no, the box would not have fit in the trunk of my car anyway.
There is plenty of room for pool toys and our Sunbrella chair cushions in this 127 gallon deck box. Check it out at Amazon here:
I am so happy to NOT be trimming any more prickly holly and to have a great organizer to store all our pool stuff.
Deep, large bins hold floats and beach balls while smaller side mesh pockets hold smaller toys, dive sticks and swim goggles.
Casters on the bottom make it easy to roll the storage bin and move it to close to the pool for easy clean up. Made of plastic PVC and mesh fabric so there is no rusting and no molding.Mesh Pool Storage Bin - Extra Large
No more floats and toys left out to blow away. Tidy up your pool area with this organizer.
Easy enough for the kids to put away their pool stuff and take them out when they are ready to play with them again.
Amazon sells them as a set of two here: Two Pool Pouches