Storage is a key element in keeping a house. We often go mad when we’re trying to keep everything clean and tidy, but there’s never enough room for everything. Now let’s pick that problem up, and place it in our kids’ bedrooms. All their clothes, their gizmos, and obviously, their toys. Today, we’ll show you some awesome ideas to upgrade your kids toy storage room and ease that mind of yours. Which is your favourite?
Make Storage Part of a Play Area.
The best way to get kids to pick up their toys: Make your storage part of their play area, like in this idea seen on Hello Baby Brown. Here, roomy standing baskets (painted a stylish copper) functions as a display for the pretend food used in the adorable play kitchen
Use Floating Frames as Book Ledges.
Take advantage of awkward wall space by turning it into a mini-library. Daffodil Design installed short picture ledges that keep treasured bedtime reads within reach.
Opt for Storage Benches.
The Mombot created this cute kid-focused mudroom storage area using hinged storage benches. While this stows away bags, shoes and other items, you could also borrow this idea for toys.
Gold Box is a luxurious kids’ toy box inspired by the fine gold bar shape. Inspired by the adventures of Scrooge McDuck, the richest duck in the world, this toy box is a useful storage solution for kids’ precious toys and secret treats. This exclusive toy box is built on wood, lacquered with metallic paint and has gold leaf finishes. It features a rotating cover and a secret compartment, for the most treasured kids’ goods.
Everyone knows under the bed is a great storage spot, but often the space becomes a disorganized mess full of storage bins and dust bunnies. Designer and blogger Jenna Burger made her own storage carts with wheels to solve this dilemma. Now, items are organized and easily accessible.
Recycle old wooden crates or boxes and hang them on your child’s bedroom walls to hold toys, books and other accessories like in this idea from Love Chic Living. You can give them new life by painting or wallpapering them.
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