Guest Picks: Organization And Storage For Kids' Rooms
I don't know about you, but the storage space in my home is quite inadequate. I sometimes feel like we're climbing the walls from all of the clutter, especially in my kids' rooms. I love browsing for different storage options and ideas. There are so many unique ways to organize your kids' rooms — I've listed just a few.
— Michelle from Stuttering Shell
— Michelle from Stuttering Shell
Any girly girl would love this pink, tufted bench. Not only is it extra seating, but it provides extra storage for stuffed animals, toys or even blankets. Despite the color, it's a timeless piece that would work well from birth to college.
I love the look of this storage system from Pottery Barn Kids. It's fun and whimsical and the drawers are unique. It would be a great addition to any boy's room or a playroom.
This piece is unique because it's stackable and it takes advantage of those awkward corner spaces. I love that you can customize the piece by only ordering the amount of stackable units you'll need. The white is neutral and will go well with any decor.
What a fun alternative to a toy box. I also think this piece is ideal for larger toys (such as the balls and cases pictured) which are more difficult to put away.
These canvas floor totes are worth every penny! I own them and we use them for everything from laundry to toy storage. I love that they can be monogrammed too.
This is such a clever storage system from Ikea. I love that the bins are easy to take out and that you can customize this storage system according to your needs. Perfect for a kid's room or playroom.
Now this item takes storage bin to the next level. The lid is removable, but there is access into the bin from the side. You can also anchor the bin for added safety. These are perfect for just about any use imaginable!
Create a sweet and unique way to store your child's books with their very own library cart! I love that this has wheels too, so it can be moved around with ease.
I love the look of easel shelves. They provide ample storage without looking too big and cluttered. I love that these shelves have a pop of color to match your decor.
A cupcake ottoman? Who knew? This is a super cute piece that provides extra storage and seating. It is, of course, perfect for the cupcake lover in your life.
I wish there was stuffed animal storage like this when I was a kid! Boon solved the stuffed animal problem by creating an animal bag that, when stuffed, doubles as a pouf. How clever!
This is a nice, quirky change from using bins or baskets for storage. This product, also from Boon, can be hung on the wall or placed on a table or shelf. It's perfect for arts and craft supplies.
Love the look of chevron? Me too. These baskets are perfect for organizing your child's bookshelves. Also, I kind of want a few sets for myself.
You can't go wrong with cube storage. We use these throughout our home. We've even mounted them to the walls in our kids' rooms. Make them fun by using baskets in colors that coordinate with your kid's decor.
What a cute storage bin! Your kiddo will want to stay organized if his shelves are filled with cubes like this!
What a cute, toddler-friendly bookshelf! There's plenty of space for books and toys, and the shelf is low enough for little hands to reach. I also appreciate the rounded corners and edges.
Ask any parent who has stepped on a Lego and they'll agree: Legos need a storage space of their own! This Lego chest is something my son would love.
You can't go wrong with bin storage; clean up is as easy as tossing items into their designated bin! I love the clean look of this piece.
Every kid should have his or her own locker, right? This is a great piece for storing larger toys and sports equipment.
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