Use these kids’ room organisation storage hacks to keep their books, clothes and toys under control once their playtime is over. They are easy to implement and won’t take much of your time. That’s a promise!
A kid’s room can be just as neat and organised as the other rooms of your house. Yes, you heard it right. Just follow this quick and straightforward kids’ room organisation storage guide, and you’ll always get through this often complex task in a breeze.
Let’s first have a look at some tips for achieving a super tidy and organised kids’ room:
- Remove all the items that are broken, clothes that are unwearable or books/toys that haven’t been used for a long time. Throw it in the trash or donate it.
- Once you have a clear idea of how much stuff is left and how it needs to be stored, start organising it section by section to avoid being overwhelmed.
- Clean and dust all the surfaces so that your kids’ room becomes spotless and more hygienic. Make sure that the kids’ bedroom interiors look fun, exciting and in sync with your kids’ personalities.
- Try to replace the ordinary furniture in your kids’ room with multifunctional furniture with additional storage capabilities (such as an ottoman/bench/box bed with built-in storage spaces). Try rearranging the table in the room as well to give it a fresh and more open feel.
- Keep the horizontal surfaces (top of the desk and dresser) clean and clear of extra things as they can often become a magnet for creating disorganised piles of stuff.
Now, it is time to dig into some intelligent kids’ room organiser storage ideas. So, without any further ado, let’s directly get into it.
Kids’ All-In-One Storage Organiser
This kids’ all-in-one storage organiser is all you need if you’re looking for something compact and multifunctional. The entire furniture piece features a two-door self-sufficient wardrobe, an open base cabinet and a series of multiple shelves with an attached study table. To this, you can also add an extra freestanding book organiser if your child is an avid book reader.
Kids’ Storage Organiser (Horizontal)
This horizontal kids’ storage organiser features a space-saving bunk bed with built-in shelves and other differently sized sections, which is a storage lifesaver indeed. You can use the shelf above the lower bed to display the kids’ toys and the additional concealed drawers to hold books, clothes and small knick-knacks. You can also use labelled baskets instead of stuffing the cubbies with toys and stuff to maintain a clutter-free look.
Kids’ Storage Organiser (Vertical)
This vertical kids’ storage organiser looks modern and contemporary. You can use the colour distinction of the two separate wardrobes to differentiate between the kind of items that you want to store in each of them. For example, clothes and accessories in one and toys and books in the other. This is the perfect kids’ storage idea for small spaces.
Kids’ Storage Organiser Boxes
This cute kids’ room can serve as an ideal reading nook and playing area. It features a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe and a built-in bench near the window with storage organiser boxes underneath to accommodate your kids’ books, toys and other accessories in an organised manner. This acts as a beautiful extra storage space that is also space-saving.
Kids’ Storage Organiser Customised Cabinet
Use childrens’ books as decor pieces by colour coordinating them on this kids’ storage organiser customised cabinet. It is a mix of open and closed sections and drawers that give it a unique and visually appealing look and feel. It is also compact and can easily be accommodated in any corner of the room.
Kids’ Storage Toy Bins
This small girl’s bedroom looks so cute and pretty. It features a small comfy bed in one corner and an open horizontal cabinet with sections in the other corner, which has boxes/baskets and toy bins (wooden/plastic/steel) to fit in the kids’ stuff perfectly. It makes the space look more practical, understated, yet fun to be in.
We hope this blog post has equipped you with some fantastic kids’ room organiser storage ideas that you can implement in a jiffy and reap the benefits. Let us know if you have any more ideas to add in the comment box below. We at Design Cafe are eager to hear from you