This rolling toy bin is a great way to corral toys or sports equipment! You can modify the size and design to suit your individual style and needs.

Difficulty easy


Kreg Tools

Other Tools

  • Saw
  • Drill


Wood Products

  • 1 Project Panel , 15 2/4" x 4'

Hardware & Supplies

  • 4 Small Casters
  • 2 Cotton Rope
  • 1 Paint or Stain
  • 1 Sanding Block
  • 24 1/4" Pocket Hole Screws
  • 16 1/2 Screws

Cut List & Parts

  • 1 Project panel for bottom of bin , 16 1/2" long x 15 3/4" wide
  • 2 Project panels for front and back , 18" long x 15 3/4" wide
  • 2 Project panels for sides , 15 3/4" long x 15 3/4" wide


  • Cut Your Project Panel

    Cut your project panel to the specified dimensions.

  • Sand

    Use a sander or sanding block to smooth rough edges.

  • Drill Pocket Holes

    Drill pocket holes as follows:
    3 pocket holes on each side of your bottom project panel piece (16 1/2" long x 15 3/4" wide piece)
    3 pocket holes along 2 parallel sides of each of the 2 side pieces (15 3/4" long x 15 3/4" wide pieces)

  • Build Your Bin

    Using 1 1/4" pocket hole screws, assemble your toy bin. Drill pocket hole screws into the bottom project panel, attaching the sides first and then the front and back pieces. Secure the sides to the front and back pieces using 1 1/4" pocket hole screws as well.

  • Drill Holes for Handles

    Using a 3/4" drill bit, drill 2 holes on each side of your toy bin for your rope handles. I measured and marked 6" and 11" across and about 4" down from the top, and drilled holes on those marks.

  • Paint or Stain

    Customize your toy bin with whatever paint or stain you choose. For this one, I used a special walnut stain and then taped off a diagonal design and painted it white.

  • Add Casters

    Attach small casters using 1/2" screws.

  • Add Handles

    Insert rope through holes and tie knots to create handles. You can make these any length you choose. These are approxiately 10 inches including the knots.