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Creative Storage Ideas for Kids’ Rooms
Toys may look innocent enough, but give that cute clutter a chance to start piling up, and you’ll soon find yourself battling a hostile toy takeover! Need reinforcements? These clever toy storage ideas are ready and willing to join you in your never-ending cleaning quest to see the carpet.Continue to 2 of 22 below.
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Organize Crafting Supplies With Wooden Ruler Crates
Wooden crates are an attractive and inexpensive way to store your little one’s arts and crafts supplies, especially if you make them yourself.
Not so handy with a power tool? Leave the pallet repurposing to the pros, and cut your woodworking teeth on this simple project from Seven Sisters: A beautiful, slatted crate created from scrap wood and a handful of 69-cent yardsticks from Lowes. Leave the rule markings exposed for a “school house” theme, or paint and sand down the edges for a softer, rustic look.Continue to 3 of 22 below.
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Rolling Under-The-Bed Toy Storage
Need more storage space? Conquer the under-the-bed realm of dust bunnies and lost toys in the name of sensible storage.
Repurposed from an old thrifted dresser, these attractive storage drawers seen on Idea Room fit neatly under the bed and roll out for easy access. Use them to store toys or tuck away winter clothing, extra blankets, and other items not currently in everyday use.Continue to 4 of 22 below.
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Create a Washtub Ottoman for Hidden Toy StorageContinue to 5 of 22 below.
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Create Kid-Friendly Storage Jars
Marbles, dice, and other small toys have a way of disappearing. Looking for an easy and affordable way to keep track of your little one’s tiny treasures? Try this adorable idea from The Sister’s Guild.
All you need is a couple of mason jars, a can of spray paint, and a few tiny plastic victims, and voila: Beautiful new storage jars!Continue to 6 of 22 below.
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Make Fabric-Covered Storage Bins
We all love fabric storage bins. It’s the price tags that are a little hard to swallow.
Save that hard-earned cash by using inexpensive fabric to transform Dollar Store storage bins into swanky new storage baskets. No sewing required! Just grab a pair of scissors and a can of spray adhesive, and follow these simple directions from Tales from a Cottage.Continue to 7 of 22 below.
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Double Your Storage With a Milk-Crate Storage OttomanContinue to 9 of 22 below.
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DIY These Felt Storage BinsContinue to 10 of 22 below.
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Craft This Amazing Grab-And-Go Drawstring Storage BagContinue to 11 of 22 below.
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Use an Over-The-Door Shoe Storage Rack to Organize LegosContinue to 12 of 22 below.
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Use a Hanging Closet Organizer to Store Board Games
Stacking board games often leads to Jenga-like messes. Pull out one, and they all come tumbling down!
Need a smarter solution? Try this clever storage hack featured on Fennel Seeds. The cubby separators prevent your game stack from toppling while the built-it hangers keep the whole mess off of the floor.Continue to 13 of 22 below.
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Replace Bulky Board Game Boxes EnvelopesContinue to 14 of 22 below.
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Turn Your Board Games Into Playroom ArtContinue to 15 of 22 below.
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Keep Your Puzzle Collection in One Handy Case
The "IRIS" clear crafting case set, available on Amazon, is actually the perfect tool for the job. Just paste the picture from the box to the inside of each interior case.Continue to 16 of 22 below.
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DIY Beanbag Chair That Doubles as Stuffie StorageContinue to 18 of 22 below.
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Create an “Art Cart” for Crafting SuppliesContinue to 19 of 22 below.
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Organize Bath Toys With Dollar Store FindsContinue to 20 of 22 below.
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Turn a Crib Rail Into a Toddler-Friendly Book RackContinue to 21 of 22 below.
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Use Dollar Store Ice Cube Trays to Display ShopkinsContinue to 22 of 22 below.
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Store and Organize Doll Clothes in This Handy Box