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7 Tips for Organizing Toys

7 Tips for Organizing Toys...creative and stylish ideas for storing toys.

Organized play room space

Easy and Quick Tips to Organize Toys

Do you ever feel like you just cleaned the house only to turn around and see your kiddo’s toys everywhere 5 min later? I know I have! It seems like all of my child’s toys end up in every room of the house. If you also have this problem I have got some tips for you today! Try creating a fun space for your kids to go and play with their toys. You can teach your kids how you have organized the space and where the toys should be put away after they are done playing.

This space is not only practical, but it’s so cute! Kids will love being able to have their own little corner of the house and you’ll love how all the toys tend to stay in one place more often. Scroll down to check out my 7 tips for creating an organized little space for little ones to go have fun!

#1. Pencil Holder

Transform a toothbrush holder into a fun pencil holder. Use a couple of coats of spray paint to change up the color and dress up your space.

DIY pencil holder

#2. Artwork Wall

Pick up an old frame and turn it into a piece of art. Wrap a piece of cardboard with wrapping paper and hot glue metal clips on top. Place the cardboard inside the frame and use this space to hang up your children’s beautiful artwork.

DIY wrapping paper art

#3. Wicker Basket Toy Storage

Wicker baskets are a convenient and classy way to hide toys and gadgets in the living room. They come in all different sizes and work great for storing blankets, pillows, and even shoes. Pick one big enough to hold lots of toys!

Toys in a basket

#4. Toy Holder

Turn a condiment holder into a unique toy holder. The kids can stack blocks inside and it turns into a fun piece of décor on the bookshelf.

Block holder

#5. Coloring Book Rack

Use a dish rack to store coloring books and artwork. This fun piece will keep the books organized and will be easy access for the kids to keep the space clean.

Coloring book holder

#6. Ball Organizer

Flip over a garden table to store balls and toys. This piece adds a unique touch to your living space but also keeps the toys organized.

toy ball holder

#7. Play-Doh Container

Use a kitchen container to store Play-Doh and miscellaneous toys. Add a chalkboard label to dress it up. You can also use cookie cutters and rolling pins for the kids to cut and roll out the play dough. The kids love this activity and it keeps the toys organized in a pretty container.

Play dough holder

How to Organize Toys

  1. Pencil Holder: Transform a toothbrush holder into a fun pencil holder. Use a couple of coats of spray paint to change up the color and dress up your space.
  2. Artwork Wall: Pick up an old frame and turn it into a piece of art. Wrap a piece of cardboard with wrapping paper and hot glue metal clips on top. Place the cardboard inside the frame and use this space to hang up your children’s beautiful artwork.
  3. Wicker Basket Toy Storage: in all different sizes and work great for storing blankets, pillows, and even shoes. Pick one big enough to hold lots of toys!
  4. Toy Holder: Turn a condiment holder into a unique toy holder. The kids can stack blocks inside and it turns into a fun piece of décor on the bookshelf.
  5. Coloring Book Rack: Use a dish rack to store coloring books and artwork. This fun piece will keep the books organized and will be easy access for the kids to keep the space clean.
  6. Ball Organizer: Flip over a garden table to store balls and toys. This piece adds a unique touch to your living space but also keeps the toys organized.
  7. Play-Doh Container: Use a kitchen container to store play dough and miscellaneous toys. Add a chalkboard label to dress it up. You can also use cookie cutters and rolling pins for the kids to cut and roll out the play dough. The kids love this activity and it keeps the toys organized in a pretty container.
  8. And you’re finished! Enjoy your cute new space!
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And you’re finished! Enjoy your cute new space!

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  1. Your toy organization looks great! To help keep our home uncluttered with toys, my husband added a wall of shelves to our basement, and on the lower shelf, I added bins with labeled categories (e.g., stuffed animals, blocks) to organize all of my kids’ stuff.

  2. That Playdoh in clear containers idea is genius- will incorporate in my daughter’s room- love it!

  3. I love the garden table idea, that’s so unique! Keeps the balls from rolling all over place and it’s decorative. Love it!!

  4. Love all these play room ideas! Can you tell me where you purchased your stripped baskets inside the wooden block shelving?! Thanks!!