How to Organize Video Games and Accessories

Every year after the holidays and I put away all my Christmas stuff for some reason the urge to organize strikes. This year after seeing all my kids video games and accessories falling out of the cabinet and cluttering the floor I decided it was time to organize it! I went to my local Home Depot because they started their annual winter storage event the day after Christmas. I had heard that Rubbermaid came out with a smaller version of my favorite storage totes so I went to check them out. You can see here what I did with the larger sized totes. 

Organize your video games and get control of the clutter #RubbermaidAllAccess #organization

The best thing about this project is that I got my son to do most of it and it only took 20 minutes to do! When I went to Home Depot to look at containers I immediately fell in love with the fact that the extra small Rubbermaid All Access Containers were clear. The boys can see through them so it’s easy to get what they are looking for. They have a drop front so they can pull our their favorite video game without pulling all the boxes out into the floor and the tops make them stackable therefore they take less space in my media cabinet. 

Use these drop front totes to organize your kids video games and accessories #RubbermaidAllAccess

We used 4 of the all access containers for this project. At less than $5 each that was a steal. First we went through all our games and made sure the right ones were in the right case. We also pulled out any that we didn’t want anymore so he could trade them in at our local game store. It took 1 1/2 storage containers for our games so we have some room for a few more. Another for all the Skylanders and Disney Infinity characters they have amassed and the last one holds all our controllers and accessories. 

organize video games and accessories using these easy drop front totes

I don’t know why but all the containment just get’s me giddy! Now of course you don’t think when I went to Home Depot’s In Store Winter Storage Event and just bought 4 of these great all access containers do you? Just think of all the other places we can use these: under the bathroom sinks, the kids closets for socks, my craft paints, my closet for shoes and well my mind is just reeling with the possibilities. I better get on it while I still have the New Years urge. 

Organize your kids video games for less than $20.00 and go from mess to organized with these drop front totes

Open up the possibilities of easy access with Rubbermaid® All Access™ Organizers. The All Access™ line features a clear drop-down door so you can easily see and retrieve the items you want, even when they are stacked! Visit your local Home Depot to see why organization just got easier!


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Rubbermaid® . The opinions and text are all mine.


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