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  • Katie Steele

    Toy storage - off the floor - for all those stuffed animals. Find white ones or spray paint them white. "Baskets designed to hold lush flowers and plantings find a new purpose in a kid's room. The baskets, typically seen on porch and deck rails, mount flush to the wall and are ideal for holding favorite toys and books. Install the baskets within reach of little ones, so pickup is a breeze."

  • Megan Ewing

    Hanging planters for kids toy storage

  • Emily Boston Karwoski

    Kids may be small, but they tend to take up a lot of space— at least their stuff certainly does! Between the toys, books, DVDs and craft supplies, you may wonder if you’ll ever achieve calm amongst the chaos. You may envision having to lay out more cash for great organization solutions. But never fear. There are plenty of DIY storage ideas you can put to use in playrooms, bedrooms, or finished basements— wherever the kids congregate. Baskets and bins are your best friends— whether they’re under the bed, in a bench, or mounted on the wall. Storage furniture is key. Repurpose a cabinet for dress up. Build a caddy for sports equipment. We’ve found some of the best DIY storage ideas for kids rooms on the web.

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We are always looking for storage solutions in our little house! These built-ins would be great in a few corners throughout our home. Love this white-on-white look.

Storage Solutions Using Baskets. Love the colors in this room, great for a beach house!

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Create a corner office at home by zoning a section of a larger room (such as a living room or family room) as a work zone. Behind this desk, a large bookcase fulfills all the storage needs of this work area in one simple system.

omg totally loving this storage solution. look how close the curling iron is to the outlet!

Linen Storage Solutions - Towels and linens stack neatly in this pastel armoire. Matching bins house other bedroom accessories, such as decorative pillows and bedding. For a touch of elegance, fold a pillowcase over the edge of a bin to display its decorative lace trim. Store extra blankets out of sight in the bottom cabinet. Use the top of the armoire to display colored vases.

"Short on storage but not on style, I created a baby boutique at one end of the bedroom. I simply hung a polished nickel curtain rod from the bottom of industrial shelving."

A Pretty Closet: Wallpaper, Labels, Baskets, Drawers and Open Storage

Love this storage bench! An upper kitchen cabinet with bun feet added, and a padded top. How cool. I cannot get enough storage space in any of my rooms, so this would be great for the kids rooms, or even in the rec room (once it's done).

Don't throw away all those black bean cans! Just paint them!