Trying to figure out how to organize a child’s small bedroom? Looking for toy storage ideas for small space? Or maybe you’re just trying to find DIY toy storage ideas that kids will love? We’ve got you covered! You’ll find tons of inspiration for toy storage ideas that kids will love below.
I don’t know how it happened. We went from a house with so few toys that it hardly looked like a baby lived here to a house that looks like ten kids reside here.
Where does it all come from?
When did it all get here?
I’m convinced someone just dropped off a truckload of toys in our house when we were sleeping. But instead of being concerned about the possible break-in, I’m just desperately searching for clever ways to store toys.
If you’re the victim of the mysterious overnight toy drop-off as well, I’m hoping these DIY toy storage ideas will come in handy for you, too!
This is a great hack for the bins and storage solutions where you can’t easily see everything that is inside of them. With just a little bit of effort, you’ll have everything labeled and organized in no time.
We have a few old storage chests that would be awesome to convert into toy boxes! You can possibly find these pretty cheap at certain types of thrift stores, making this fun and cheap way to organize a child’s room!
I shared a similar hack for a DIY dog treat container, but I think this idea is SO clever for smaller kids toys. Especially because you can use different figurines on top (animals, superheroes, buildings, etc) that match the toys that are in the jar.
If you’re looking to store toys without drastically changing the look of your home, this is the toy storage idea to pursue! It’s modern and fresh with plenty of storage space for toys. Plus, it can easily still be a functional buffet on top.
While this is for Matchbox cars, I think this is a great tutorial for any room – especially small spaces. It can fill up a wall behind a door or even higher up above a piece of furniture. It could be used for small toys or even accessories or smaller articles of clothing.
If your toddler is too big for the pack and play now, this is a great way to repurpose it! We have a few balls like on the top and I have no idea how to store them so they end up scattered. This is perfect for all of her stuffed animals, too!
I love finding ways to use old tires. I’ve seen all kinds of fun planters this summer, but this toy shelf is my favorite use of an old tire so far! I love the color of it and the use is genius. I just want to decorate our house with used tire shelves now.
This shoe storage piece turned toy box is another great example of upcycling! I would never have thought to use something like this for toy storage and now I just want to find something like it so we can make one for our house!
I’m digging all of the wheeled toy storage options because of how often we rearrange. Plus, we love to move toys outside during the summer and sometimes they go from Lily’s room to the living room so this makes it so much easier. These crates are a great way to store some larger items you might want to move, too!
This is such a clever way to store toys! We’ve gotten a few drawers for other projects at ReStore and now I’ll be looking for more the next time we go. I’d love to do this with some smaller drawers that can just be wheeled in and out of Lily’s room.
One thing I dislike about a lot of bins/storage solutions for kids toys is that you can’t actually see what’s inside of it. That makes finding the ONE precious toy that they need this minute impossible. These clear bags are a simple solution to this!