Organizing Kid Spaces in the Home

When my kids were babies, we kept most of their toys in a small bookshelf that we kept in the living room. Their baby toys didn’t take up much space. But, as they got older, they got more and more toys, and before I knew it, their toys were all over the house.

toy box, clutter, organize

The toy boxes in our living room will hopefully soon be moved to a basement playroom.

Over the years, I’ve done various things to find a space for them to play in, and a place for their toys. At first, my husband and I kept two large toy boxes in the living room to hold all their toys. But now that they are older, I am hoping to replace those toy boxes with a sofa, and move the toy boxes into a basement playroom that I hope to create. I am also hoping to create a fun study area in an upstairs hallway — I hope to decorate the walls with a fun owl and tree wall decal, and I have already purchased beanbags for them.

Looking to organize your kid’s bedroom, or create a fun playroom or study space? Then these posts, which I’ve written over the past few months about my organizing efforts, might help.

 

basement, laminate floors

 

 

 

 

Ideas for Cheap Basement Remodeling

 

kids, study area, beanbag

 

 

 

 

Owl Mural Study Area

 

bookcase organized with Closet Maid fabric drawers

 

 

 

 

Toy Organization

DVDs in binder

 

 

 

 

Kids DVDs – Organized!

 

Lily Rose twin bed with drawers underneath

 

 

 

 

Storage for Children’s Bedrooms

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Comments

  1. I’m pinning this for reference. Each time I organize the kids’ room, in less than a week I’m back organizing again! (Sigh!!)