Organizing a kids’ room is a tedious task, especially when your little one has too many toys and the room’s storage options seem to have run out.
What should you do then? Get a new cupboard for the room to keep things in order? Well, that could be one option. But, introducing another storage unit in the room will only bring down the floor space, making it appear smaller. How about getting a little creative instead?
Here are 10 ideas to help you get started!
1. Reclaimed Wooden Crates
Recycle old wooden crates or boxes to make a storage unit for your kids’ room! Use it to store books, toys, and other accessories. You can also paint the boxes to give them a fresh look.
2. Drawers With Details Chalked-Down
Help your little one get dressed faster by segregating his clothes. This way, they will never struggle to find that lost pair of socks for school or the striped night dress they’ve been wanting to wear. And, can you think of a better way to teach them the importance of keeping things organized?
3. An Open Closet
Big furniture items like a cupboard can be a little too heavy for your little one to handle! We say, why not introduce a curtained closet and say goodbye to banging closet doors?
4. The Space Behind the Bed
Most people ignore the space behind the bed while thinking of storage! But this can be the most productive space in the room that can hold a storage unit, cubbies, or even a storage-enabled headboard! All you have to do is get creative!
Rather than using frames to display your kid’s artwork, use clipboards mounted on a wall. And you can change the image whenever you want!
6. A Display Clothes
Another super-easy and smart way to increase the storage capacity of your kid’s room is by introducing an open garment rack. Use it to hang clothes that your child needs on a regular basis. You’ll be amazed at the excitement this rather ‘adult’ element adds to his room.
7. Multipurpose Furniture
Multipurpose furniture is an excellent way to up the storage game in your kid’s room. Here’s a fine example of how it’s done!
8. Under-the-Bed Storage
Have built-in-boxes with wheels to sort out your kids’ toys that can simply be trundled under the bed without much of an effort.
9. Wire Baskets
Wire baskets are light-weight and easy to handle. Hang them in your kid’s room and use them to store toys and other knick-knacks.
10. Creative Storage
Shelves always don’t need to be a serious task! Build a shelf in the form of a dollhouse and use it to store all the toys your kids have.