September 8, 2016

Storage Ideas for Kids Rooms


Children love putting their toys on display and bragging about to the friends. They also love having them within reach so they can play with them. If you are organizing your kid’s room this can take up a lot of your time, even more so if they have more toys then place to put them. You could make storage rooms for their toys that fit and complement the overall look of their room. You could even make them yourself and include your kids and spend some quality time with them. So if you are thinking about redecorating your kid’s room, here are some storage ideas for you.

Crates

Old pallets can be used to make cute storage crates for your kid’s toys. All you have to do is find a lumber yard or check your garage for some wooden pallets, they are very cheap. Measure, cut and assemble a vintage wooden crate for your kid’s toys, clothes or anything they can throw in them. Paint it so it matches the color or theme of the room. Consider putting small wheels on the bottom of those boxes so that the kids can push them around the room with ease while picking up toys.

Play table

Giving your kids a designated place to spend their play time is a great idea. They can play, draw, craft on their play table and keep all their toys and belongings in one place. It can save you a lot of time when you are tidying up. Just make a simple table for their room where they can do coloring and perform other crafts. Adding stools that have storage space in them is a great idea. It gives the kids a great place to keep their belongings in one place and keep the rest of the room organized. You can scale the play table according to the size of your kid’s room.

Display shelf

You can save a lot of space in your kid’s room by going vertical. If your kid’s room doesn’t have a storage space or a shelf, you could easily make one. All you need are some boards and nails to put it all together and put it on the wall. You can even make a glass case if you are feeling adventurous. Paint it to match the room or if the toys on the display are themed, do it so the shelf itself matches it.
This will look great in your kid’s room and will allow them to brag to their friends about their toy collection. If their toys collection isn’t complete or could use an upgrade, check out jada toys they might have something your kids will love.

Under bed toy storage

Storing your kid’s toys under the bed can save you a lot of space. If you don’t want to buy any storage boxes that can fit under the bed, take it upon yourself to build it. Not much time is needed to build this roll out case that can fit under the bed. Buy some plywood and build as storage chests as you need. These can also be used to store clothing, bed sheets or pillows. You can even name every drawer so your kids know what goes in which.
Organizing your kid’s room can sometimes be a nightmare, but with these easy to do ideas you can save a lot of time and improve the overall look of the kid’s room. Don’t forget to include your kids in the making of these storage options, you can spend some quality time together and teach them how to make something great.

About author:
Tracey Clayton is a full time mom of three girls. She feels she knows a thing or two about raising happy, healthy and confident kids, and offers helpful advice in hers parenting articles. Her motto is: “Live the life you love, love the life you live.”

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