I’m not sure if you knew this but, according to children across the country, if you take one toy out, you must take them all out at the same time!
Having children is incredibly rewarding, fun, and ultimately messy. One of the additional benefits of having kids is getting to decorate their rooms, and fortunately, there are so many savvy ideas on how to create storage in their bedrooms.
We have rounded up 25 innovative, unique, and easy kid’s bedroom storage ideas off of Pinterest to create less clutter and more room for fun.
Books, books, and more books. We can’t get enough of them. It’s quality and educational time to spend with the kids that they enjoy, but books can be hard to keep straight. They come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Bookshelves create surface area basically out of thin air and display the books for your kids to pick from.
It could be a cute little reading nook, or just a bench to play on, but it can also be used for a vast amount of storage. You could have space be under a lift-up seat on the bench, or in cutouts for storage bins as shown here.
Drop Down Desk
Installing a small desk with shelves that has the ability to fold up into the wall is a perfect way to save space and declutter. It leaves more room for activities.
A craft corner where everything has its perfect place is a marvelous way to save space. It also allows independence for the little ones to be creative when they can see all their materials.
Macrame Toy Hanger
Give your kid’s stuffies a hammock to rest in with a unique macrame toy hanger. It saves space and doubles as mini boho decor.
Magnets make it quick and fun for your kids to put away their toy cars, or any metal toys. Easy to hang and easy to take out to play. Also, a good lesson on the magnetic force.
Sharing is caring, and when it comes to shared rooms, this shared workspace hack is the best option for utalizing space. It’s like an a co-working space, except for mini adults. Especially during this pandemic, when a lot of kids are schooling from home.
Just like how we like seeing all our favorite things decorating the walls of our bedroom, your kids will adore seeing their doll friends on their wall. It’s such a fun way to declutter and decorate with their style in mind.
Rolling Storage Drawers
These toy trays make it easy for kids to pull out and play or store and put a way. You can purchase one online or even make your own DIY storage drawers. It keeps the room looking clean by fitting easily under most beds.
Stuffed Animal Zoo
I love this idea! It’s a cute and clever idea for keeping your kid’s favorite stuffed animals organized. It’s also an effective hack to cleaning up their own toys by taking their animals “back to the zoo.”
Wicker Storage Buggie
Olli Ella makes the sweetest wicker products for children. They offer a unique and stylish solution to organizing your child’s bedroom.
Built in Bookshelf Reading Nook
This is genius! Why not have all your books, and reading area in the same space. Just remove a handful of shelf squares to build a reading nook for your little. It’s aesthetically pleasing and saves space.
Hanging Door Organizer
This is an easy organizing win. This over the door pocket organizer is easy to install, it tucks behind a door and has little windows on the pockets, so that you can see what you have.
Hanging Closet Mesh Bags
Hanging a mesh bag in the closet for toys or stuffed animals is a cheap and easy solution for decluttering. This way the toys are hung up and organized in the closet.
Play Table with Storage Stools
I’m a bit obsessed with this nesting play table from Crate and Barrel. It is storage on top of storage, on top of storage! It’s such a clever and space saving idea, not to mention it’s a great addition to any room design. The stools tuck away into a perfect circle and each stool has a little pocket to store things. It’s storage chic!
Play and Store Toy Storage Mat
I think this play mat from Smallable was was dropped from lego heaven as a gift to parents. It’s perfect for easy play session with lightning fast clean up and storage after. No more dreading the lego or block aftershock mess! They come in different sizes and colors.
Color Coded Shelves
You could fill these pop colored shelves with dinosaurs, books, cars or whatever your kid’s heart desires. It’s unique way to learn colors and keep their bedrooms looking super coordinated.
Roll Away Storage Dresser
Dressers can sometimes take up a lot of space in a bedroom, so by creating a dresser that fits under the bed, you will leave more room for more fun!
Bunk Beds with Build in Storage
There are so many bunk beds on the market that offer storage build in and the ability to add more mattresses underneath. Bunk beds are ideal for sibling shared bedrooms or just for sleepovers. They safe ground area by using unused vertical space.
Behind the Door Barbie
This clever idea is so easy to accomplish. All you need is a door hanging shoe organizer, and some toys. It doesn’t just have to be a barbie home, you could store craft supplies, stuffed animals, or toy cars. The possibilities are endless, and it keeps the toys in order and out of the way.
Storage Bean Bag Chair
Who needs stuffing for a bean bag chair when you have stuffies?! Store away your child’s stuffed animals in a cute bean bag that doubles as a chair.
Wall Hung Toy Baskets
These are super boho and cute, but they are also helpful in keeping your kids bedroom toys in order.
Rolling Wooden Toy Box
These are so handy! You can DIY your own custom rolling toy box or order one of the beautiful wooden boxes from Nobo Bobo.
Fold Away Bed
Fold it away, tuck it away, either way the key word is AWAY. Whether it’s a murphy bed or a new innovative design, you are gaining a huge amount of bedroom space. It’s also pretty cool too!
Peg Board Wall Shelves
It’s a unique storage idea that you can customize to your shelving and hook needs. The more shelves you need the more pegs you add. Need more coat hooks? Just add them. We love options!
We love the kids, but not always the clutter. Whether you prefer customized DIY projects or innovative designs created by others, you have kid’s bedroom storage options. Create more space, more memories and less mess.
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