Kids Storage Space For Their Bedrooms
Where are you going to put all that kid stuff? You need some kid storage! Not for them, for their stuff!
Over the door Organizer's are great for not taking up any space. You can find them made from many different fabrics with lots of pockets in them. Some of them even have clear plastic pockets so you can see what's in them. They are great for hanging on the closet door, back of the bedroom door, bathroom door or even over the shower curtain rod (as long as they don't get too heavy).
Hanging Mesh Organizers come in several different configurations. Hang these in the closet or from ceiling hooks in the corner or by the bed! They offer lots of room for clothes, toys, or laundry and the mesh allows air to circulate.
Organizing the kids rooms can be a challenge, and organizing their closets can seem impossible. But there are solutions out there that can ease your pain and frustration.
Take these closet organizers on the right for example. They can put things in kids reach, and using verticle space up off the floor is always a great organizing tip.
Company Kids Storage Furniture
Below are just a few samples of Kid's Storage that you can find at Sears Kid's Rooms.
You'll find storage cubes, all kinds of children's toy storage, bookshelves, plastic storage bins, canvas storage bins, plus TV and game storage and other organization pieces.
Check out these Cadillac Shelves for boys or girls that you can make yourself. (Mom and Dad might even like them).
Depending on how you work it, they could be a children's modern furniture accent, or even have a retro feel to them.
Are they cute or what? And I can see them in just about any room. Just use a paint treatment that is appropriate. (Paint it a bunch of different colors!)
Tips On How To Organize the Kid's Bedroom
- Think multi-use when it comes to furniture. Get a bed that has storage drawers underneath or a storage-bookcase headboard
- Need a toy storage unit? Get a toy box that has a pad on top so it works as a bench too, or use the storage cubes with plastic bins or canvas baskets that are easy to pull out
- Use underbed boxes(the ones on wheels are nice) for small toys and other kids storage
- Label everything. If your child's too young to read or understand the label concept, use pictures. Put a cutout of blocks on the front of the bin or drawer that is for blocks. Socks on the sock drawer etc
- If using a night stand, get one with drawers for storing books, flashlight etc
- Armoires are great for hiding anything. Extra clothing storage, a TV, game console and games, books. . .you name it
- Wall shelves are great for things you want up and out of reach. The older kids can use them for storing collectibles and books
- Kids need bulletin boards or message boards to put notes, photos and prized art work on
- Buy a complete closet system for the older kids storage. They can be configured many different ways and come in a bunch of different sizes. I bought two of the John Louis closet systems. They are wooden so you don't have to hassle with hangers getting caught in the wire mesh of the other kinds. I've seen them at Costco, Sam's Club, Walmart and Target. Costco had the best deal for a package that included the shelves and drawers.
- Elfa closet systems are super nice and can be customized for whatever it is you want to put in them. They are a little spendy, but are well made. You can order them online, but I found it really hard to figure out what exactly came in the kits and got tired of having to email the company with questions about the measurements of everything. However, I do plan on using them in my guest room/sewing room.
Where To Shop For Organizers
- K B Toys
- Shop beds, dressers,desks, chairs, toy chests and storage at YourKidsDirect
- New bedroom collections from Wal-Mart