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The seemingly impossible task of keeping your kid’s room clutter-free can often be stressful. Maximizing the space and storage in your children’s room is essential to maintaining organization and simple enough so that your child knows where all his or her toys are, and where to put them away. It’s important for every child’s happiness that all toys be available and ready for an impromptu tea party or an after school play date. More
Who doesn't need more storage options in their kids' rooms? If my kids had these darling hanging baskets, I might actually be able to vacuum their floors more often.
Gulp! This pelican stores bath toys by "swallowing" them. The mesh storage pouch allows air to circulate and dry toys. With this well-thought-out design, kids can access toys from a safe, seated position. And when it's mom or dad's turn to shower, just turn the pouch around so that it's outside of...
Who says this Super Size organizer can only be used for toys? It looks like the perfect art supply storage center. It features 12 bins of various sizes that can be repositioned onto different shelves, and it also provides kids with easy access to supplies.
Super Size Organizer
Wall Cubby Organizer
Save space with this Brica toy basket. It conveniently fits into the corner of the tub and stays in place with suction cups. It has breathable mesh and hooks to hang a washcloth or small towel.
Brica Corner Toy Basket
These are perfect for a playroom, bathroom or bedroom. I'd love to use these to keep books organized in the playroom or washcloths together in the bathroom.
Leave it out or hide it away . . . now you can do both. With the Ray Storage Units innovative open shelving design, keep clothing, books and changing supplies within easy reach while using the hidden side storage to keep clutter out of sight. This storage unit accommodates the Ray Changing Tray,...
Muu - Ray Storage Unit
This pretty and colorful wall organizer could help corral kids' toys and smaller items that seem to take over the floor.
This shelving unit is too large for your average Lego collection, but it would work well for general toy storage, and a couple of the cubbies could be devoted to large Lego pieces or unopened sets.
Sprout 6 Shelf Cubby
Any girly girl would love this pink, tufted bench. Not only is it extra seating, but it provides extra storage for stuffed animals, toys or even blankets. Despite the color, it's a timeless piece that would work well from birth to college.
These canvas floor totes are worth every penny! I own them and we use them for everything from laundry to toy storage. I love that they can be monogrammed, too.
Dutch House Shaped Storage
I adore these animal-themed fabric bins. They would be great to store paper and craft projects, or they could be used as paper recycling bins.
Another piece I like for its versatility and long-term value is this delicately detailed blanket and toy box. It would look right at home in a crisp white nursery holding baby blankets with framed photos perched atop, in a little girl's room to store toys and books or to keep socks and underwear.
Traditional White Painted Blanket...
Ogle Wooden Toy Box
This industrial toy basket is an all-time favorite, particularly for more masculine play spaces. Perhaps there is not a better open storage piece for a little boy's playroom than this.
Peacock Storage Box
This colorful 12-drawer mobile organizer is fun and practical. Store kids' art supplies in the pull-out drawers and then roll it under almost any table or desk. The chrome shelf on top can be used to store additional items too.
What playroom doesn't need a toybox? This one coordinates with the storage cubbies, although it obviously isn't stackable. I like that the lid has a safety hinge so no little fingers get pinched — less crying for you to deal with!
Utilize hanging space on the sides of cribs, bookshelves or walls with this Brandee Danielle Froggy toy bag. Even though it's meant for toys, this versatile product can be used for socks, knickknacks or anything else you want to keep up and out of the way. It's super cute too!
I'm not generally a fan of open storage, but these flea market–inspired ball bins are too good looking to ignore. Just make sure you buy cute basketballs, okay?
Canvas Bin, Chevron
A family of New York furniture makers defines modern, functional design with this storage cubby crafted of solid maple and white lacquered fiberboard. Choose from three wood finishes and many different colors.
Probably the coolest toy box ever — a green Tolix Kids' metal bin on wheels! This would also be perfect for corralling all of our board games.
Ask any parent who has stepped on a Lego and they'll agree: Legos need a storage space of their own! This Lego chest is something my son would love.
This is a practical and mechanic-inspired way to store your legos. It's great for children who like to organize.
If you want to do wall storage, Land of Nod's Storagepalooza cubbies are a great way to go. There are so many configuration options and lovely color choices. Plus, the open cubby system would make toy clean-up a breeze.
Don't you love this slender and elegant toy storage and bookshelf? Use it to hold baby toys all the way up to high school book collections. And though this peachy pink is so lovely, the piece comes in several colors with the option of painting the insides a contrasting hue.