Best kids’ storage ideas

Having trouble organizing your kid’s room? Is your kid’s room is disorganized? Well, this is one of the most common problems parents need to face while they have a growing kid.

Kids like to play with many toys. This makes the home full of only toys. These are just spread over here and there. To store the toys, sometimes you do not get enough space to store other necessary things. Well, here we are with the best storage tips and ideas which will help you to declutter your kid’s room.

Storage ideas for kids:

Kids always need a premium room for them. But they do not want to make it more organized until their parents do. This is because decluttering and keeping the room categorized is a tough job. To make it easier here goes some storage ideas:

Introduce a child-friendly closet:

In any room, the closet is a must. But regular closets have doors that may pinch your kiddo’s fingers while opening or closing it. So try to avoid closets with doors.

 Use storage baskets:

Baskets are very user friendly. These are versatile and can be used for storing almost everything. These have different sizes and colours and also stylish.

Make more space in the closet:

Install an additional hanger rod in the closet. Kid’s dresses are smaller in size. So, you can hang two dresses in hanger space by adding another rod.

Also, add more shelves or racks in the closet for storing different toys and goods. Specify the shelves for different types of goods.

Add hooks to a wall:

You can add handy hooks to the wall or behind the door to keep day to day using things like school bags, raincoats, necklaces, or even clothes.

Tote bags:

Tote bags are useful as well as stylish storage suggestions. Hang some tote bags behind your kid’s room doors. Where they can store toys or any other goods.

Loft beds:

Use loft beds in exchange for normal beds. Because loft beds allow you to use the vertical space of the room. So you can use the space underneath the bed for storing. You may install a study or computer table under the bed.

Use a hammock:

A hammock may have different purposes than it is normally used for. Introduce a hammock to store the soft toys of your kids like teddies. It increases the style of the room.

Hang a flower basket:

You may think about how a flower basket can be used as a storage idea. Just hang a flower basket that you may throw out. Kids will love to use it to keep their toys.


Pegboards are very useful stuff to store toys. Every kid likes to play with toy guns. To store them, you can introduce a pegboard to their room’s wall to hang the toy guns.

Magnetic board:

Magnetic boards are very good for storing those metallic toys like guns and cars or other toys. And you do not need to take too much care of it. Just install a magnetic board to the room wall.

Craft depot:

Use a place for storing all the things your kid needs for crafting. You may use an additional drawer in the table where they can keep their colour pens, pastel colours or colour brushes. This organization of crafty things will influence the creativity of your child.


Remember the small travel soapboxes you use? Yes, those can be a great storage place for toys like Uno cards. If you have a baby girl who likes jewellery a lot, then it can be a perfect place for storing those.

Store the bath toys:

If you do not have toy storage in the bathroom, you always need to take the toys to the room and again at the bathroom. So make a storage space at the bathroom by small baskets. Hang these to the curtain pole of the bathroom and keep the toys there.

Mesh hangers:

These are very lightweight and cheap storage space which use the vertical space of the room and thus leave more spaces for other things. You can store stuffed animals, dolls, balls, and other lightweight toys here.

Hanging shoe racks:

You have seen the shoe racks hung behind the doors to store shoes. But this is not only used for shoes but also you can use it for toys. Barbie dolls suit perfectly in those type hanging racks.

Toy gun bullet storage:

All kids like toy guns. But the problem is they always lose the bullets of those guns. And you will find those bullets everywhere in your house which is irritating. To avoid this, use a cheeseball container to store those nerf gun bullets.

Go vertical:

The vertical space of a room is the most unused potential space of a room. Try to use this space. You may introduce some stack containers or stack shelves for this purpose.

Use a moving cart:

A moving cart to store toys might seem funny but it has a great purpose. Always kids do not want to play in their room. In those cases, they need to take their toys outside or on the lawn. To transport these, storage cart might be a great idea.

Multi-use storage furniture:

There is some furniture which has made in storage facilities. You can use these for furniture purposes as well as storage purposes. For example, headboard bed, ottoman seats, or benches with storages.

Try to use the hidden spaces:

There are some very potential spaces there in your kid’s room like under the bed or behind the door. Do not leave these spaces. Try to find every possible space where you can store things.

Donate extra toys and clothes:

Many kids do not get toys and clothes for themselves. Please try to donate extra and old toys and dresses to your kids. And also influence them to donate their goods to them who need those. This will create virtue in your kids.

Kids always make their rooms like trash. But try to use the above ideas to store the toys of your kids. And try to make them declutter their room. Hope they will find it interesting.

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