Give yourself options when storing toys. In this colorful and fun contemporary playroom, movable open bins secured to the wall create flexible and user-friendly storage for stuffed animals and picture books. The open floor space below the bins is smartly used for larger items, including toy trucks.
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.
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.
Rich colors and patterns inspired by the Mediterranean make up this kid's bedroom's saturated palette. An ottoman with the look of a weathered antique provides space to store books and toys and doubles as seating in the room's reading area.
This bathroom is an example of style that's appealing to both adults and children. The space is not overtly kid-themed, but is still cool enough for the young ones. It's located in the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe.
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 kid's bedroom features a primarily white palette with pops of cheery yellow, as seen in the built-in storage shelves and curtains. A twin bed is situated just under the shelving, providing the perfect nook for a sleeping little one.
This play area displays and stores a lot of toys while still making sure to leave floor space open for walking. Pale yellow walls and neutral carpet set a calm backdrop, and the toys provide vivid additions of color. A play table allows for storage underneath, and a green shelving unit lines up loose items. Fun, kid-themed art decorates the upper section of the walls.
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.