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15 Genius Toy Organization Solutions You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

15 Genius Toy Organization Solutions You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

15 Genius Toy Organization Solutions You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

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Do you sometimes feel as though your home looks more like a daycare than a home that adults actually live in?  It’s easy to become overrun with toys and clutter.
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As a mom of two boys, I can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the toys and clutter that easily take over every room in my home.  It can be hard to find a way to keep your children’s toys neatly organized.

Here are 15 clever and creative toy storage ideas to declutter your kid’s toys today.

1.  Keep The Toys Locked Up

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Ana-White has created a step by step tutorial to create a zoo to house all your children’s stuffed animals.

This creative storage solution may even encourage your children to put their toys away.

If you aren’t handy, you can purchase a personalized stuffed animal zoo Here.

2.  Toy Car Parking

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Keeping Up With the Souths used a magnetic knife rack to neatly display and store her children’s toy car collection

3.  Rolling Cart Art Supplies

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Keeping crayons, markers, glue, scissors or any of your children’s art supplies in a rolling cart is genius.

Suburble used Ikea’s Ragsog kitchen cart to easily organize the supplies in one neat and tidy place that can be wheeled into any room of your house.

4.  Hang it up

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This storage organizer will keep your toys organized by hanging them on the walls, and keeping them off the floor.

5.  Display books on the wall

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If floor space is at a premium, display your children’s books using Ikea’s Bekvam Spice Racks.

The Sweetest Digs has created a simple and easy to follow tutorial so you can recreate this simple but effective solution in your home.

6.  Plastic Bins to Organize Lego

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This simple yet effective lego set organization solution from The Homes I Have Made keep all of your children’s Lego kits accessible and easy to tuck away when not in use.

I can’t guarantee that a rogue Lego won’t find its way under your bare feet when you are walking around, but it definitely decreases the chances.

7.  Make Use of The Floor Space Under the Bed

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Take advantage of all the space that is available to you.  Jenna Burger has shared her step by step tutorial how she made these stylish under bed storage carts to keep her children’s toys out of sight, and out of mind when not in use.  The best part, the total cost for each cart was $10.00!
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If you aren’t the type to DIY, I found this stylish rolling under bed trundle for sale on Amazon Here.

8.  Peg It To The Walls

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Customize your wall storage with this stylish Pegboard Shelving System where you can design the storage to suit your individual needs.

9.  Make USe of Booksehlves

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Abby, from Just a Girl and Her Blog is the queen of organization.  She used bookshelves and storage bins to store her children’s toys and books.  Don’t you just love it when  furniture can serve double duty.

10.  Vertical Space

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Joyful Homemaking shared her brilliant method of using hanging closet organizers to organize board games.  This easy and inexpensive storage solution keeps them readily avilable when you need them, but out of sight when you don’t.

11.  Toy Boxes and Storage Bins

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Sometimes the old and faithful solutions are the best ones.

Storage Bins and toy boxes can be a great hideaway to keep small toys and parts off the floor.  They can be placed at the foot of your child’s bed, or against the wall.

The biggest drawback is that they can get expensive

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If you are handy, Remodelaholic shared their easy to follow tutorial how you can make this stylish storage bin out of one piece of plywood.

Amazing!

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12.  Diy an Inexpensive Toy Storage Solution

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With a little elbow grease, Coweta Fayette Families created this easy DIY toy storage unit with buckets and zip ties.

It’s not only functional, but it’s fun too!

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