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.
Sometimes divide and conquer is the way to go. For this child's bedroom closet, a combination of hanging rods, cubbies, drawers and slide-out baskets helps store both clothes and toys. Use dead space under drawers for pull-out baskets that can provide a home for odd-shaped toys.
Stop sifting through clothing that no longer fits. Professional organizer Darla DeMorrow suggests keeping a box labeled “too small” for items your child has outgrown. When you have time, donate or pass down.
If you have toys and games of different sizes that you want to store together but have limited space, an organizer with drawers and cubes is a good solution. Label large fabric drawers for games and puzzles, and use clear-front cubes and smaller drawers to store tiny toys that have been grouped together by type.
Piles of toys often create clutter in family and media rooms, so control the chaos by using a storage system that addresses both toy and media storage. Go for a unit that combines drawers with open shelves, so you can use baskets for smaller toys and still have room for media equipment. Colorful soft hampers on each side create a home for stuffed animals.
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.
Organized Modern Laundry Room With Overhead Storage
This simple white laundry room features ample storage options, as seen in the multiple cabinets and overhead shelf with woven baskets. A front loading washer and dryer add an updated vibe, while hardwood floors finish off the look of the space.
Piles of small toys and picture books can overtake a child’s bedroom quickly, so it helps to create a home for these items. Free up floor space by using hanging wall organizers with pockets to sort and store thin and small-sized toys. Group the pieces according to type, so finding a favorite toy becomes an easier process.
Basic white shelves are a perfect platform for showcasing a beautifully curated collection of toys, art, even a houseplant. The fact that enough space is left between items to really see them keeps the wall from feeling cluttered.
Organized Sewing Room With Built-In Cubbies and Shelves
Mint green walls add a soft but effective color to this cozy sewing room. Built-in shelving, thread storage and a folding ironing board keep the room organized and functional. Light wood countertops complement the hardwood flooring.
Once an empty wall, this side of the room now showcases the kiddo's toy collection! To create this piece, Little Crown Interiors founder Naomi Alon sourced the Kubist Dresser from ModShop and then added a custom "snake" bookcase on top. When set against the blue walls, the bookshelf positively pops!
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.
This renovated laundry room, first seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, is bright and clean thanks to dove gray walls and large white shelves. Tile floors makes messes easy to clean, while woven baskets offer ample storage.
Bright Blue Kid's Room With Built-In Bench And Shelving
A window seat and built-in white shelving pop against blue walls in this fab kid's room. Gray and white striped fabric for pillows and cushions is combined with orange to keep the space feeling fun and youthful.