Playroom Storage Ideas: 5 Household Items to Repurpose

Create a fun and functional playroom for your kids by repurposing common household items for creative storage. Your kids will love their new space and you'll love how easy it is to keep the room organized with these ideas!

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Photo By: Courtesy of Jamielyn Nye and HomeGoods

Big Baskets Become a Catchall for Toys

Wicker baskets are a convenient and classy way to hide toys and gadgets in the living room. They come in all different sizes and work great for storing blankets, pillows or even shoes.

Before: Kitchen Jars

Use a kitchen container to store...

After: Small Toy Storage

...play dough and miscellaneous toys. You can also put cookie cutters and rolling pins in one container that kids can use to cut and roll out the play dough. Add chalkboard labels to dress them up.

Before: Garden Stool

Flip over a garden stool or table to store...

After: Ball Display

...balls and toys. This piece adds a unique touch to your living space and keeps the toys together.

Before: Condiment Caddy

Turn a condiment caddy into...

After: Block Bin

...a unique toy holder. The kids can stack blocks inside, plus it serves as a fun bit of decor on the bookshelf.

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