Use zippered pencil pouches to organize puzzles instead of storing the bulky boxes. Cut off the image from the front of the box and store it in the bag, too. (This blog post has several great ideas for organizing kids toys.)
The Navy Stripe: Organizing Kids Toys
IKEA lack bookshelf turned window seat. the window bench is designed using a tall lack shelf from ikea and two leg kits. we just flipped the shelf on it's side and it fit perfectly. the cushion i made by cutting a camping mattress foam in half and sewed a custom cover. the mattress foam is much more economical than purchasing upholstery foam etc. enjoy creating your space!
love this window bench idea: IKEA LACK shelf turned sideways + 2 CAPITA leg kits
Do this with firsts (baseball gloves, ballet shoes, etc.)-kenzie
DIY Costume Closet: If mama’s little baby has grown into a big girl who loves to play dress up, we can’t even picture a better costume closet than this! Jennifer, of Rambling Renovators, and her husband transformed an old dresser into a one-of-a-kind costume closet with some paint, wrapping paper and a little imagination. Check out the DIY details on their blog.
DIY Costume Closet
Playroom Organization Keep your playroom neat and tidy with a large built-in structure. The lower shelves and cabinets store books, toys, and games, while the upper portion houses items that need parental supervision. Leave some desk space in between the shelves so your little ones have plenty of room to get creative.
Great built-in bookshelf for kids
A “hanging gallery” made from strung curtain wire encourages constant rotation of paintings and provides an inexpensive and sturdy way to showcase children’s masterpieces. Three different areas for creating are carved out: the art area, the worktable, and the reading nook—a cozy place with a bookcase stocked full of favorites, good lighting, and cuddle-worthy seating.
An organized playroom