I don’t know about you but I can’t get enough ideas and inspiration for keeping my boy’s bedrooms organized. Sometimes I create systems that I think will work but after putting them in place, I notice they aren’t the best for my boys. When it comes to organizing for my youngest, I have to keep in mind that I will be the one doing a lot of the picking up so the systems have to work for me. While creating systems for my oldest, I have to think of his habits and personality since he will do most of the work – at least that’s what I tell myself when I am enthusiastically labeling things in his room!
Every child is different and an organizational style that works with one, may not work with the other. Also, the kinds of toys they play with changes as they get older and so does the size of the toys. Today I am joining some of my talented blogger friends that are also part of the Wayfair Homemakers team, and sharing some awesome storage ideas for kids’ bedrooms. All of our kids are different ages and I hope that you can find some inspiration for your littles in one of these images and awesome blogs.
The first idea and super stylish solution, comes from Emily at Table and Hearth. I have so many thin books for my 4 year old and this is the perfect storage solution to keep them handy but also stored away. You can see a step-by-step tutorial on how to make this little beauty here.
And since I’m a boy mom, Angela at Blue I Style definitely inspired me with this cute solution for organizing boys’ accessories! How adorable is this denim pocket wall storage?! I know my boys would love it. You can follow her step-by-step instructions here.
Angela also explains how she organizes her basement/play room and shows us some real-life pictures of what it really looks like to live with kids and how to pick up the mess faster! You can read about it here.
If you have little boys, then you have little cars everywhere! I love this cool storage idea from Jillian at I am A Homemaker who used an old mechanics bolt storage tray to store the tiny cars. Love that!
Enough about boys for a minute. Let’s add a little sweetness and whimsy to the mix. Lindsay from My Creative Days used old frames to create a gallery wall in her daughter’s bedroom. You can see the details here.
Jenna from Wife in Progress shows us how she added a piece of pegboard to her baby’s nursery. She transformed it into this cute and practical storage solution for the changing area and you can read about it here.
And lastly, my little one’s room and how I organize his closet and toys. You can see the details about his room here.
If you want even more ideas and tips on storage solutions for kids’ rooms, check out this article from Wayfair where they highlight their favorite storage solutions.
What is your advice for keeping kids rooms clutter-free? Do you have a favorite storage solution?
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