It goes without saying that kids’ bedrooms can be a pain point when it comes to keeping them tidy. Finding places for growing collections of toys, books, art supplies and so much more can be a difficult task if you don’t know where to start. Not only will these storage ideas keep mess to a minimum, they’re so cute the kids might even enjoy using them. Here’s hoping!
Have less floor clutter by mounting some fun-shaped hooks on the walls. These are perfect for school backpacks, hats, coats, aprons and even craft items like wool or fabric. Be sure to make them a kid-friendly height to encourage their use.
Modular furniture solutions for kids’ bedrooms are popping up all over the place, notably in bed and desk combos. Kids love them because they bring all the excitement of bunk beds, cubbies and a little bit of adventure in climbing up to the top. Adults love them because they save space and are (relatively) easy to keep tidy. Win-win.
Shelving that’s a little bit like a puzzle adds an element of play for kids to use. Having open spaces and closed drawers means favourite items can be on display, and smaller toys as well as those with lots of pieces can be tucked away.
A brightly coloured locker-style cupboard adds colour and style while keeping mess off the floor.
Canvas wall hangings with baskets are a great way to save space and being soft, are safe for little people. The bear print on the front of this one makes it a storage solution as well as art piece.
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The easiest way to gather things in a haste when people are coming over – baskets are a vital tool for keeping toys and miscellaneous bedroom items together.
Similarly, storage trunks are perfect for kids’ rooms; visit your local op shop for old suitcases that can be stacked on top of each other.
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Create your own mini library at home by utilising a display-style bookshelf. Kids can easily see the front covers to choose the book they want to read.
A genius solution for toys like lego that have lots of little parts, these play pouches unfold to become a mat that kids can build on. Once it’s pack up time, just pull the string and everything will bundle up together into a handy little pouch that can be left where it is or put away.