Ever since our kids were very little, we’ve been pretty good about keeping their rooms tidy and organized and not spoiling them so much that we end up with clutter everywhere. Even so, we still find that we’re always in need of new suggestions for ways to better store and organize their things, just to make sure things stay that way! That’s how we’ve found ourselves scouring the Internet recently for suggestions of how to make some DIY kids’ room storage that will help them keep their space tidy and their toys put away while still keeping everything accessible and easy to use!
Just in case you love the idea of putting your crafting skills to good use in the form of some DIY kids’ room organization solutions just as much as we do, if not more, here are 15 of the very best ideas, designs, and tutorials that we’ve come across so far in our search for inspiration and guidance!
1. Cubby shelves as playroom storage
In reality, some of the very best storage options for just about any room of your house don’t actually require that much specialized DIY skill at all; it’s always just helpful to have suggestions on how to set things up! That’s precisely the kind of thing you’ll find in this organizational tutorial from Making Home Base that suggests short cubby shelves to kids’ room storage because they’re easy for little legs and arms to reach into and put stuff on.
2. DIY kids room book bin
In your experience, are bookshelves just a little bit too inconvenient for your youngest children to use because they’re always accidentally pulling a pile of books out and knocking them down when they were really only reaching for one? Then we have a feeling you might get along a little better with something like this DIY kids room book bin outlined step by step on This Little Street. They show you how to put it together from scratch!
3. Double height kids’ closet with hanging storage baskets
Perhaps it’s not actually the toys and books that you find cluttering up your kids’ rooms very badly, but rather all of their clothing? Well, the good thing about kids’ clothes is that they’re smaller than adults’ clothing and therefore easier to store in unique, really space efficient ways! Take a look at how Reality Day Dream took full advantage of that by installing some extra shelves and baskets in their kids’ closet after lowering the curtain rod.
4. Easy curtain rod shelf
Are you actually living in quite a small home where space efficiency is really important, so you’re constantly looking for ways to maximize on whatever spare corners of storage space you can find in the rooms throughout your home? Then we think you’ll really get a kick out of the way While They Snooze made use of even the few feet of space they’ve got above the window by installing a shelf along the top of their curtain rod!