Fantastic Playroom Storage Ideas
Have your kid’s toys taken over your home?
Then you need some toy storage ideas that will help you contain the toy clutter in your home.
But my advice for you is to first declutter the toys in your home so you are only left with the ones your kids absolutely love.
You can use my decluttering checklist to help you discard toys or any other items in your home…
When we first built our home, our kids were little. So naturally, we had toys everywhere with no
We decided that we really didn’t have a use for our office at the time, so it became the kid’s playroom.
Well, it worked great, there were no more toys lying around our family room. We had a clutter free room! YEA!
Until we walked into the new “playroom”! YIKES!
Yes, we had found a way to move our toy mess to a room with doors so we could contain it better, but that playroom was a DISASTER!
Why? Because there was no toy storage in place.
Here are 9 ideas from other moms on how to create great toy storage in your home!
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Toy Storage Ideas
Whether you keep you toys in a playroom like me and need playroom storage ideas, or in a family room and need family room toy storage ideas, these ideas will work for you.
They are DIY toy storage ideas that are going to help you contain the toy clutter though organization.
Things like toy bins are easy storage ideas to just throw everything in together. But if you want something that is a little more specialized…like bath toy storage ideas, stuffed animal storage ideas, or ideas specifically for corner toy storage, then read on to see these fantastic toy storage solutions.
Kids Toy Storage Ideas
From the Atlanta’s Frugal Mom Blog Easy Puzzle Storage.
Looking for easy storage for all of those puzzle and puzzle peices you own? Atlanta’s Frugal Mom shows us how using something simple such as a clear plastic bin, you can contain the clutter from puzzles.
From the Down Redbud Drive Blog a DIY Stuffed Animal Corner Cage.
Down Redbud Drive blog can help you contain all of the stuffed toys your kids own. In this blog post, they give you detailed instructions on how to build your own stuffed animal corner storage cage.
From the A Little
As you can see from the photo, A Little Knick A Little Knack blog is in love with cubbies. And why shouldn’t they be? Cubbies are versitile storage for toys, books, and even items you want to conceal or display.
My favorite kind of cubby storage is one that is small and easy for the kids to access. Also, it should come in a variety of different colors to match your home decor and not stick out like a sore thumb.
From the Jinxy Kids Blog an Easy Lego Storage Idea
Jinxy kids has a clever idea for storing all those itty bitty Lego pieces…and still keep them organized. Instead of just throwing them all into one large bin, they have used a tackle box with small compartments for the lego storage.
A great option for this toy storage idea is a tackle box that is all clear so the kids can see what they want before they open it. Another great idea for the tackle box would be deep compartments. That way, there is less chance that little hands will mix up the pieces.
From the Tired Supermom Blog 10 Ways to Organize a Playroom
From the Techie Mama Blog: Bin Storage to Keep Naptime Calm
Techie Mom uses a Quite Bin in each bedroom to contain toys that the kids can look at and play with around bedtime and naptime.
This is a great idea for a few reasons.
One, as your kids get older, naptime may be something they need some days but not others. But they all still need some quiet time to decompress. So having toys they can play with quietly near their beds is a must.
And two, the bin keeps these similar toys together. They are toys that are soft-sided and don’t make lots of beeping noises or have colorful flashing lights right before sleepytime. So the bin helps contain the like items.
From the We’re Parents Blog, a DIY Toy Storage Shed.
This is by far one of the cutest DIY toy storage ideas I have ever seen. The We’re Parents blog built their kids a toy storage shed.
What’s so great about this? Well, your kid’s toys are going to hold up longer because they are not affected by the weather.
They will be dry and clean every time your kids want to use them…so less work for you!
And, best of all, it is a designated area for the kids to “park” their toys for storage when they are finished playing with them.
My favorite motto…A place for everything and everything in its place.
From the Courtney’s Sweets Blog, a Baby Bath Toy Organizer.
Courtney’s Sweets has a fantastic idea for storing bath toys after a bath.
You know how it can be…if you leave the toys in the tub all wet and soapy, the next time you go to give the kids a bath the toys are disgusting.
They have been sitting in the water and have not had a chance to dry out. So they are slimy and some have some mildew.
Instead of pulling out the bleach, use a mesh bag. Not only does it give you a nice simple place to store the bath toys, but it also allows the air to circulate around them and the water to drip out.
So your kid’s bath toys will be clean and dry the next time you need to use them.
From The Sunny Side Up Blog: Use plastic bins as storage
The Sunny Side Up Blog has a beautiful toy room. Her storage is clean and streamline. But the thing I like most about it is that she uses simple items on her shelves such as clear storage bins that have matching lids.
The bin’s lids keep the space looking uniformed and the clear plastic allows the kids to see what is in each bin before pulling it down.
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I hope this post helps you get your toy mess under control! If you are looking for other ideas to get organized, check out these posts!
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