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Toy Storage: Organizing your kids clutter!


Are toys overrunning your home and rooms?

One of my most frustrating things to keep clean is my daughter’s room. It is like a toy explosion in there all the time.

Whether it be your child’s bedroom or playroom you will be able to organize in a cinch with all of these great toy storage options and solutions.

Creative ways to store all of your kids toys can be overwhelming. Check out all these awesome solutions to get your kids toy storage under control.

Organizing solutions for your kids’ clutter!

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Bed with Storage  |  DIY Network

Bucket Storage  |  The Polo House

Wood Storage Bins  |  IronTimber Etsy

Toy Storage Unit  |  Shanty 2 Chic

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Underbed Storage  |  DIY Cozy Home

Outdoor Toy Storage  |  Domestic Charm

Wall of Buckets  |  Grosgrain Fabulous

Glass Kitchen Bins  |  HGTV

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Garden Planter Baskets  |  Apartment Therapy

Cubbie Shelves  |  Ana White

Dollhouse Bookcase  |  Land of Nod

Storage Bench  |  I Heart Organizing

 

Tips on organizing with kids!

  • View it from your child’s point of view! The easier to organize the better.
  • Don’t make things out of their reach unless of course, you want to constantly be asked “Mommy, can you get that for me.”
  • Baskets and bins are great for toys.
  • Use appropriate sized containers to fit your needs. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00CQGTH00″ locale=”US” tag=”thgisli03-20″]Plastic shoe boxes[/easyazon_link] are awesome for Barbie accessories or hot wheels.
  • Make picking up a part of your daily routine! That way you don’t start the next day with more toys that get piled on the top of the mess from the previous day.

I also truly believe if we make it fun and easy for our kids to organize their toys it will become second nature. I know I like my craft storage much better when it is organized and pretty to look at.

 

Here are some of the solutions we use in my daughter’s room. 

We use an [easyazon_link identifier=”B000HM5V0A” locale=”US” tag=”thgisli03-20″]over-the-door shoe holder[/easyazon_link] for barbies. It works great!

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We store books and all kinds of random toys in bins and cubbies.

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My daughter also loves to play dress up and has a lot of dress up outfits. We store them in a [easyazon_link identifier=”B00489H8R2″ locale=”US” tag=”thgisli03-20″]metal trash can[/easyazon_link]. It makes it easy to toss in the mess and close the lid on it.

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What are some of your favorite ways to store all the toy clutter?

 

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Blake

Wednesday 12th of August 2015

"It is like a toy explosion in there all the time." - oh, how well I know what you mean!! Thank you so much for sharing your experience! I think I'll go with the cubbie shelves and hope they save the day!

Dikiş Makinası

Tuesday 17th of June 2014

Great ideas! We use a pocket organizer on the back of my daughter’s door for her Barbies too (and stuffed animals). Thanks for sharing!

Smithf949

Sunday 6th of April 2014

Muchos Gracias for your blog post. gfbeedkcec

Hilda @ From Overwhelmed To Organized

Sunday 23rd of March 2014

Great ideas! We use a pocket organizer on the back of my daughter's door for her Barbies too (and stuffed animals). Thanks for sharing!

Melissa Coleman

Sunday 23rd of March 2014

Works great for all of those dolls right?

Cher @ Designs by Studio C

Wednesday 19th of March 2014

Great list of storage solutions, Melissa! When my kids were little, plastic storage bins were the norm as they collected Barbie and her plethora of accessories, Polly Pocket, Legos, Star Wars, etc. I cannot believe how quickly the little stuff accumulates and it is nice to be able to have a place to store the pieces!

Melissa Coleman

Wednesday 19th of March 2014

You can never have enough storage bins. :)