Kids love their toys – parents not so much, particularly when there is little room for storage and those toys end up all over the floor.
Whether your child has a large bedroom or one just big enough for the major essentials, there are storage solutions that will enable you to organize your child’s bedroom no matter what its size.
Turning a couple of bookshelves into a corner bench/storage center is a great idea if you have room. You just need two bookshelves that are the same size. Just line them up on both walls touching in the corner (lie them on their sides). You can purchase or even make cushions for the top to turn them into a great sitting area and the openings are perfect for holding baskets or canvas totes where you can store toys. Add labels to the totes and you can really keep things organized. Via: Arizonafoothillsmagazine - Ikea Transformations for Stylish and Organized Kids' Rooms
Using Command hooks, you can easily hang buckets on the wall which work well for keeping stuffed animals and other toys off the floor. Your kids will love these buckets hanging on their bedroom walls and they are great for making a game out of tossing stuffed toys in when cleaning up. Via: Itsy bits and pieces - The Bachman's Spring 2011 Ideas House- the Bedrooms.
A shoe organizer is the perfect solution for storage in a small bedroom. You can use the compartments to store toys of all sizes. Just hang it on the closet door or the back of the bedroom door. These cheap and effective organizers will help to keep toys organized and save space at the same time. Via: Yahoo - 7 Ways to Keep All Those New Toys Organized
Canvas Totes for Under the Bed Storage
Even if your child does not have a trundle bed, you can enjoy the same amount of storage space. You simply have to add a few canvas totes or boxes that fit underneath the bed. They will slide out of the way and store loads of toys. This is a great idea for utilizing space that is normally wasted. Via: Amazon.com - One step ahead my closet underbed storage bin.
No one ever thinks of utilizing ceiling space for storage. You can actually create a system of hanging baskets on the ceiling that give you loads of storage space and look very neat, too. The system uses pulleys to move the baskets and lower them so that your child can put toys in or take them out. When they are not being used, the baskets hang high overhead, out of the way and off the floor. Via: Amerifirst - Cool DIY Home Improvement: Kids Room Storage on the Ceiling