Toys are easily one of the hardest things to keep tidy and organised in our home, with a toddler who has no intention of picking up the mess she makes. But then again, few kids do.
A while back I put together a list of awesome toy storage ideas found on Pinterest to inspire and motivate you to declutter your life, and kids rooms. It has been one of my most popular posts via search engine traffic. So it might be time to have a follow up of awesome toy storage ideas.
Hopefully there is an idea here perfect for your kids rooms… or elsewhere in your house perhaps.
10 MORE AWESOME TOY STORAGE IDEAS
1. DIY TUB FRAME
Grab this tutorial for easy to follow instructions to make this IKEA tub storage system. The tubs are inexpensive to purchase so overall, a budget friendly project. Source
2. Scoop Drawers
Kids are visual and like to see what they have. Sure this means they may want to pull everything out, and it makes the toys visual, however this awesome toy storage ideas give easy access to their toys. Source
3. Library Wall
If your kids have a stack of books, there are many awesome toy storage ideas aimed at organising books but this one is really cool. Make use of little space, keep their books in easy view and they look funky. A great way to encourage young readers too. Source
4. Behind the Door Bags
Some toys come in collections or sets and storing them together can be tricky. These behind the door bags are a cool way to grab one set at a time, without having pieces go astray at the bottom of the toy box. Just a simple matter of hanging the bag back up at the end and grabbing a different bag. Source
5. Toy Decor
I love how stylish this looks. Minimalistic toys used as home decor as well as being fun for kids, sporting the fastest RC cars on a shelf also looks really good. Consider styling your kids rooms with their toys. Source
6. Hanging Baskets
You want your kids toys to be in reach so there are plenty of awesome toy storage ideas that are aimed at short arms and legs so you can encourage independent and solo play, as well as a little help with the clean up. Source
7. Dress Ups Closet
Do you have kids that love to dress up? Costumes can take up a lot of room and you want them somewhere the kids can reach them. Create a mini open closet for their pretend play props. Source
8. Book Wagon
Another super cool way to display kids books is in a vintage style cart. They will love being able to take their books for a roll around the house too. Source
9. Storage Ottoman
A place for toys and a seat as well, this is a great way to give a simple item a multiple purpose. Source
10. Bath Toy Hanger
Bath toys can be a hassle to organise. Not only do they end up making a soggy mess all over the place, they can be hard to find a storage system for. If you have a hanging shower curtain rack, this hanging basket is perfect for letting the toys drip dry and out of the way. Source