12 Easy-to-Clean Kids' Rooms

After play, there's usually work: picking up the toys and game pieces. Having plenty of accessible storage options will reduce cleanup to mere minutes. Check out some of our favorite organization ideas for kids' rooms.
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November 25, 2014

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Double the Storage

Although these cabinets are used primarily as book storage, pink plastic bins below serve as open storage for classic board games and plush toys.

Lots of Drawers

Generous under-bed storage provides ample room for toys, clothes and other accessories.

Storage That Ages Well

The cubes and side storage unit are designed to grow with the child.

Organized With Bins

Storage bins make closet shelving super organized and easy for kids. Bins stored in cubbies are great for stashing belts, scarves, socks, hats and more. Say goodbye to clutter once and for all.

Toys Out of Sight

When closed, this bedroom storage system simply looks like an art installation. Once open, the cabinets reveal ample storage space to house toys. A cabinet system like this will make a child's room look clutter-free in minutes.

Make Cleaning a Breeze

Label your child's storage bins with chalkboard paint and chalk or printable tags so putting away toys is even easier for them.

Organized Kid's Room Closet

Sometimes divide and conquer is the way to go. For this child's bedroom closet, a combination of hanging rods, cubbies, drawers and slide-out baskets helps store both clothes and toys. Use dead space under drawers for pull-out baskets that can provide a home for odd-shaped toys.

Saving Space

A colorful wraparound cabinet provides stylish storage in this small room bedroom.

A Console to Conceal

From warm and fuzzy stuffed animals to Legos and books, the cabinets of the homework and craft station keep things neatly organized and out of sight.

All You Need is a Dust Mop

Easy-care flooring makes cleanup — even under the loft bed — a breeze in this girly bedroom.

Combining Work and Play

This multipurpose room dedicates space for doing homework and storing papers, and once the projector screen above the desks is pulled down, watching movies, too.

Everything In Its Place

Small items on the floor seem to multiply like rabbits on the floor of kids' rooms. The easiest solution: clear storage drawers.

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