Erin Marshall of Live Pretty on a Penny says, "Being organized is key when you live a leasing-lifestyle. Turn to space-saving and unconventional items that are beautiful and functional to effectively store and organize items." Here, this kid's room combines narrow shelves and picture shelves around a bench for ample toy and book storage.
Red Kallax shelves from Ikea provide loads of storage for toys and books in this bedroom shared by brothers. The room is filled with color and pattern, forming a fun space that’s designed to let kids’ creativity soar.
When one closet can't hold all the clothes, shoes and toys that pile up in a child's bedroom, you need alternatives. A child's bed with drawer underneath like this one from Room & Board is a space-saving storage solution for books, shoes and toys, so you have enough room in the closet for your child's clothes.
Kids can acquire plenty of paper clutter on their own, too. Keep their bedroom and playroom organized by integrating stylish storage boxes onto bookshelves and cabinets. Extra-wide boxes can keep precious artwork and drawings stowed away for safekeeping, and magazine holders can double as coloring book organizers. With a proper place for everything, cleaning up and staying organized can be a breeze for little ones.
Woven baskets are a textured and practical addition to the modern bookshelf in this neutral kids' room. They conceal clutter and make it easy to organize children's things like toys, puzzles and games.
Built-in shelves stocked with books and brilliantly colored accessories provide color and storage in this girl's bedroom. The back of the shelves has been painted pale blue, same color as the upholstery on the armchair. A chartreuse loveseat on the left, and the chartreuse pillow on the chair give the room an electric pop.
This space is all about creating an imaginative, fun and plush space for the kids to dream. The art room by extension was all about the same interactive touch and feel aspect. Creating a space for the kids to create was the base of the vision.
A geometric wood chandelier gives the kids' room personality while maintaining the overall modern aesthetic achieved by sleek built-in shelving, storage and closet. The youth is in the details with penguin print curtains, architectural bursts of color.
The "Two Bedheads are Better Than One" bedroom by Heather Brock and Jennifer Wundrow at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase includes ample storage and space for two children to comfortably enjoy. The centered headboard offers a touch of privacy for each kid.
Elevated, built-in storage cabinets offer plenty of space for kids to store their art supplies and artwork in this modern art room. Multicolor stripes add fun color and pattern to some of the storage cabinets, and there's ample room to create art at the kid's table nearby.