Creative Storage Tricks for Kids Rooms

Combat kids clutter! Use these five tricks to sneak more storage into your child's room without sacrificing style.

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With a few smart tricks, your child's bedroom can become a stylish storage haven. Be mindful and start a clear and simple organization system that kids can easily follow. If you want to sneak more storage into your kid's room, try these five clever organization ideas.

Storage Cubes

Fake the look of a built-in by surrounding a captain's bed with freestanding shelves. In addition to giving the bed a high-end look, these shelving units also provide tons of storage and display space for your kid's bedroom. Display trinkets, use gaps as bookshelves, or fill the spaces with labeled fabric bins to accommodate your family's storage needs. The top of the unit can serve as a bedside table and display area.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Want to sneak more storage into your kids room, try these five clever tricks. [MUSIC] Fake the look of a built in, by surrounding a captains bed with free standing shelves. These modular units offer a mix of storage and display space, and plenty of flexibility for growing kids. To organize small trinkets use food storage containers, clear, airtight designs, corral small toys so you can see what's in store. Books and magazines can quickly become paper pile ups. Cut clutter with wall mount organizers. To make these organizers, wrap big rubber bands around canvas shadow boxes and secure them to the wall. Have a young Picasso on your hands? Use a cleaning caddy to keep art supplies organized and accessible. Choose one with a handle for easy toting. Finally affix labels to cabinets, drawers, and bins to help kids stay organized. If you child isn't a reader yet, use picture labels to show which items go where. With a few smart tricks, your childs bedroom can become a stylish storage haven. [MUSIC]
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Want to sneak more storage into your kids room, try these five clever tricks. [MUSIC] Fake the look of a built in, by surrounding a captains bed with free standing shelves. These modular units offer a mix of storage and display space, and plenty of flexibility for growing kids. To organize small trinkets use food storage containers, clear, airtight designs, corral small toys so you can see what's in store. Books and magazines can quickly become paper pile ups. Cut clutter with wall mount organizers. To make these organizers, wrap big rubber bands around canvas shadow boxes and secure them to the wall. Have a young Picasso on your hands? Use a cleaning caddy to keep art supplies organized and accessible. Choose one with a handle for easy toting. Finally affix labels to cabinets, drawers, and bins to help kids stay organized. If you child isn't a reader yet, use picture labels to show which items go where. With a few smart tricks, your childs bedroom can become a stylish storage haven. [MUSIC]
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Want to sneak more storage into your kids room, try these five clever tricks. [MUSIC] Fake the look of a built in, by surrounding a captains bed with free standing shelves. These modular units offer a mix of storage and display space, and plenty of flexibility for growing kids. To organize small trinkets use food storage containers, clear, airtight designs, corral small toys so you can see what's in store. Books and magazines can quickly become paper pile ups. Cut clutter with wall mount organizers. To make these organizers, wrap big rubber bands around canvas shadow boxes and secure them to the wall. Have a young Picasso on your hands? Use a cleaning caddy to keep art supplies organized and accessible. Choose one with a handle for easy toting. Finally affix labels to cabinets, drawers, and bins to help kids stay organized. If you child isn't a reader yet, use picture labels to show which items go where. With a few smart tricks, your childs bedroom can become a stylish storage haven. [MUSIC]

Small-Toy Containers

To organize small toys within a larger bin, use clear airtight food storage containers. Label the top of the container with its contents so the toys are visible through the clear sides for easy organization.

Book Storage

Books and magazines can quickly become paper pileups. Cut clutter with wall-mount organizers. To make the organizers in this kid's bedroom, wrap big rubber bands or colorful elastic ribbon around canvas shadow boxes and secure them to the wall. Use a variety of frame sizes so reading materials of all shapes have a space to fit.

More Clever Ways to Store Books

Craft Caddy

Use a cleaning caddy to keep art supplies organized and accessible. Choose one with a handle for transporting from room to room. Use a plastic cup for each type of coloring utensil within the storage caddy to keep like items together.

Label Everything

Affix labels to cabinets, drawers, and bins to help kids stay organized. If your child isn't a reader yet, use picture labels to show which items go where (for example, an image of socks on the sock drawer). Labels give kids a system that is simple and easy to follow.

Free Printable Labels

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