Toddler to Teen: 15 Clutter-Busting Kids' Rooms

Stylishly store kids' stuff, no matter what their age, with our expert tips.

  • Beach Nursery

    Small Space/Big Storage Idea

    Nurseries are often tight quarters. Make the most of the space you have with built-ins. This handy corner cabinet provides both hidden storage for the not-so-cute necessities and open shelves for showing off baby's favorite toys. Design by Rate My Space user littlecrowninteriors.

  • Newborn's Closet

    Ordered by Size

    Organize baby's duds with paper luggage tags. Label each tag with the corresponding size or season to make finding just the right outfit child's play. Design by Rate My Space user annehayes.

  • Nursery Armoire

    Add Multipurpose Pieces

    This armoire, adjacent to baby's changing table, is a handy place to store junior's clothes. Later, it could provide storage for a TV, stereo, books or video games. Design by Rate My Space user 11051402.

  • Bedroom Organization

    Kid-Level Storage

    Low bookshelves within easy reach of a toddler's hands make playtime more accessible. Cute, fabric covered bins keep toys stylishly contained when not in use. Design by Rate My Space user jak1975.

  • Hanging Summer Dresses

    Pretties on Display

    Everything needn't be stashed out of sight for a room to be organized. A toddler's favorite frocks hung on satin hangers add a sweet touch to this little girl's room. Design by Rate My Space user SavannahSkye.

  • Blog Site Centsational Girl for Budget Decorating

    Kid-Friendly Closet

    Instead of closet doors, which could pinch little fingers, Rate My Space user CentsationalGirl opted for a perfectly girly pink velvet curtain, which can be pulled back to provide access to favorite books and toys or drawn to conceal clutter.

  • Multi-Square Storage Unit

    Playroom Perfected

    This toddler's playroom is kept neat with an expansive bookcase filled with colorful bins. Toys and books each have their own designated spot, making after-play cleanup a snap.

  • Dresser Painted with Chalkboard Paint

    Make Organization Easy

    Designer Holly Mathis creatively eliminates cries of, \"Mom, where are my socks?\" with a chalkboard dresser. Low enough that her boys can reach the drawers, the chalk labels make getting dressed as simple as \"sock 1\" plus \"sock 2.\"

  • Orange Boy Bedroom

    Tell Clutter to Walk the Plank

    Any wee pirate would love this themed room with bright colors and plenty of storage for treasure, courtesy of an underbed drawer and multicolor low cubbies.

  • Boy's Bedroom for Exploration

    Multi-Kid & Multipurpose

    Designer Erica Islas created a kids' space that combines nap time and playtime with dual, loft-style beds above a no-adults-allowed play area where toys can be stashed out of sight. Steps leading up to the beds serve dual purpose as hidden drawers.

  • Tuck It Under the Bed

    Keeping kids organized can be fun (and colorful!) according to designer Susie Fougerousse. Her Tip: \"With a little imagination your child's belongings can be tucked away neatly in storage that works and looks great too, like these vintage-inspired wood crates.\"

  • Blue Study Area

    Studytime Storage Solution

    A cheery robin's egg blue paint color and three-dimensional blossoms add whimsy while floating shelves provide plenty of storage for Rate My Space user mblanchette's pre-teen daughter.

  • Timeless Design

    Designer Sarah Richardson creates a sweet getaway for one lucky demoiselle. Using a vintage vanity in place of a bedside table provides pretty storage plus a spot for freshening up.

  • Teen Bedroom

    Teen-tastic Bedroom

    A color scheme of sunny yellow and soft gray are oh-so-stylish for a hip teen, while underbed drawers and floating shelves keep this bedroom spic and span. Design by Rate My Space user dodi.

  • Bed and Chandelier

    Petite Sophisticate

    Mirrored built-ins framing the bed in this very chic teen's bedroom provide ample storage and add to the room's dreamy style. Design by Rate My Space user Peggy Fuller.

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