Sunnyboy loves to do jigsaw puzzles. He has a bookcase in our hallway with shelves for puzzles,
and a homemade puzzle rack in a cupboard in our living room.
All of the puzzles we buy are secondhand and some of the boxes are old and falling apart, so I transfer the puzzles to new boxes and tins, with the pictures cut out and stuck on the outside. This means that I can often use smaller boxes to store the puzzles, taking up less storage space.
We also use bags to store puzzles and found some clear zippered bags so Sunnyboy can see which puzzles are inside.
Other secondhand puzzles we buy have boxes that are still in good condition but sometimes have more than one puzzle in a box. To make it easier to see which puzzle is which I put them in separate bags inside the box.
There are more ideas for toy storage in a small space in these posts:
Toy storage in a small space - Part 1
Toy storage in a small space - Part 2
An art easel in a small space
An art display in a small space
Frugal play kitchen
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