Storage and organization are essential in a child's room. When toys are grouped together, it makes playtime and clean up more manageable. This bookcase from Land of Nod does double duty, offering bin storage below for stuff animals.
Encourage little ones to clean up after themselves by labeling bins and cubbies with photos attached so they’ll know what goes where! Just cut the images straight from the toy’s packaging to save time and recycle a bit.
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.
Bins and baskets encourage little ones to put their toys away when playtime is over. Fabric bins and baskets are as practical as they are pretty. Since the baskets are soft, they're easy for little hands to handle. Plus, the texture and pattern of fabric baskets can add depth to a room or enhance its overall color scheme.
Strategically placed adjustable wall shelves from Organized Living's freedomRail home organization system take advantage of every nook and corner of an odd-shaped closet to provide smart, organized toy storage. Stacks of games and larger toys sit on designated shelves, while labeled pull-out bins on other shelves store collections of smaller toys.
A large doorless closet in a boys' bedroom has three rows of small cubes, in which different colored baskets are used to store books, toys and clothing. Two silver racks are attached inside the closet to hang clothing. The closet adds style and function to the room where the bold blue wallpaper with red accent features make the room fun and playful.
A white bookshelf with built-in drawers provides ample toy storage in this kid’s room. A painting of cherry blossoms is displayed on the top shelf, while the other shelves are home to stuffed animals, photographs and baskets. A green argyle rug provides a place to sit down and play with all toys.
Since the renewed basement space was meant as a comfortable playroom for the owners' two boys, designers wanted to create a space where toys are a bold, colorful part of the design rather than items that need to be hidden away in a bin. To achieve this, the space's existing shelves were repainted and repurposed as display space for the boys' toys, providing them easy access to their things, but also allowing the space to honor its purpose.
Stackable or modular bins are great storage tools for toys. Open bins are ideal for stuffed animals, games and even books, and allow you and your child to store and spot favorite toys in an easy way. This bin does double duty as a nightstand, a nice extra bonus.
Open shelving in a nursery is the perfect place to display favorite toys and stuffed animals, adding true child-like charm to the room. Felt bins stow away smaller toys and keep the space looking organized.
A tall shelf adds both storage and display space to the nursery; toys and books on the lower shelves are within easy reach of little hands while more fragile items are kept up top. Striped bins are an attractive way to corral a zoo of stuffed animals.