Kids are little joys and wonders to be around but their toys are sure to be an eyesore if you don’t keep them organised well. The best thing to do is to teach your child how to pick up after themselves but before you do so, you need to have an orderly space for them. Here are some great ideas to make sure your kids’ toys are always neat.
1. Under Seating Storage
In your kids’ playroom or bedroom, the space under the seats can be used for storing the toys in their own separate container. This cool playroom uses several baskets in a matching pattern as the seats for easy storage. Better yet, you can even label the baskets so that there is no mistake.
2. Play Table Storage
Turn your kids’ play table into a convenient and easy storage by adding a wooden panel underneath to create compartments. Just put in various see-through plastic containers to store their toys and for easy access when they want to play with them.
3. Hanging Crates
Get creative with old wooden crates and give them a new lease of life as your kid’s storage. You can paint or decorate the crates with your kids and then hang them on the wall like a display shelf so that your kid can place their favourite toys there like a display.
4. Ladder-like Shelves
These simple yet multifunctional shelves will look gorgeous in any part of your house and using them to store your kid’s toys is a stroke of genius. The stacked shelves comes in various sizes for you to keep different sized toys in different compartments.
5. Cube Shelves
These classic shelves are one of the easiest and most convenient storage options that you can get for your child. There are a variety of sizes to choose from and you can even customise the colour of the boxes.
6. Storage Buckets
This great idea utilises cube shelves but instead of sticking with the usual canvas boxes, you can think out of the box and use something else such as these sturdy buckets. It can complement well with your decor and keep your child’s toys neat as well.
7. Mesh Hangers
Don’t have a big budget to blow on storage options? You can consider using these economical hangers that works really well with toys that are light, plus they hang off the floor so you don’t have to worry about cluttering up the area. When not in use, you can fold it up and stow it away.
8. Hanging Toy Nets
Make use of that little awkward corner space as storage and hang your nets there to catch your kid’s toys. It’s easy to install and can store quite a lot of toys so it is a very handy option to keep your clutter free from toys.