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35 Kids' Room Storage and Organization Ideas

By: Ryan Reed

When decorating your child's bedroom or playroom, keeping his or her wants, needs and interests in mind will create a kid-friendly space that is both fun and organized.

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Our Best Kids’ Room Storage Solutions

Between toys, books, school supplies and clothing, kids tend to have a lot of belongings, and their rooms can get pretty messy as a result. Calm the chaos once and for all with our creative storage tips for kids’ bedrooms and playrooms. We’ll show you how to tidy up their toys, organize their schoolwork, keep their closets in order and more.

If your space is limited (and whose isn’t?), look for furniture pieces that serve multiple purposes, such as this cleverly designed bed with built-in storage. The slide-out drawer is the perfect spot to store games, puzzles, out-of-season clothes and anything else that doesn't have a home.

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Create a Mini-Library

Reading is essential to the development of children, and what better way to encourage them to pick up a book than to create a mini-library in their bedroom or playroom? Evenly space three shelves within reach of your little ones and fill them with a variety of different stories to keep them engaged. Bonus points if you create a reading nook into which they can settle.

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Divide and Conquer

If you have two or more kids sharing a room, you know how attached they can be to specific toys. Avoid future meltdowns by repurposing a laundry hamper with dividers into a rolling storage unit. This way, everyone knows where to find their favorite treasures.

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Make It Personal

With just a few simple steps, you can create your own mobile wooden crate toy storage unit. Kids will love the personalized touch, and toddlers will enjoy pushing the cart around as they learn to stretch their little legs. Oh, and you'll love the additional storage space.

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