Being a parent, you are expected to have all the patients there is to look at all the mess in the house on a daily basis. Good thing you really don’t have to deal with this time-consuming task day by day.We have compiled 15 of the most brilliant DIY storage ideas for the toys, books, clothes and other stuff your kids fondle every day.It’s common for kids to want the things they love to be within their reach all the time, and it can be a little bit hard for parents to let them do this while keeping the room clean and organized. This DIY hanging bedside organizer is the best solution for this problem. It can simply be stuck between the mattress and the bed frame. It’s very easy to make and can be adjusted in size.
Vintage Crates for Kids
If you want to make a DIY project without spending much, try making vintage crates out of old, unused pallets. It only takes a few minutes to make and while it demands skills in carpentry, it doesn’t really require you more than basic knowledge in woodwork. Your kids will surely love its rolling wheels.
Clear Storage Bags for Kids
These storage bags are sure what your kids prefer. The see-through material of the bag allows your kids to see which bag stores which toy.
The bags also have drawstring closure that secures the toys inside. They can be made in different sizes, so you can make sure every single toy can be stored out of sight.
Lego Storage for Kids
All kids love Legos but not all moms do. Legos are without a doubt one of the toys that best exercise the mind of your little ones, but they’re also undoubtedly one of those that get into our nerves when they end up all around the floor.
This Lego storage idea is genius. You just need a bunch of trays, labeled by color. Your kids will enjoy organizing all the Legos according to which tray they belong.
Stuffed Toy Swing for Kids
This toy swing idea is not only for storage but also for design. You just need a few pieces of hobby wood, clothesline, and some hooks. You simply make swings for all stuffed toys to sit. Then, you hang them from the ceiling parallel to the wall. It’s a perfect idea for an awesome wall design in your kids’ room.
Rolling Toy Under-the-Bed Storage for Kids
Rolling toys like toy cars are one of those that most parents really loathe just because they’re usually left on the floor and are very dangerously likely to be stepped on. This idea is very brilliant. While rolling toys are still placed on the floor, they’ve stored away safely under the bed where your kids can easily reach.
Easily Reachable Wall Book Storage for Kids
Kids naturally get more excited to play with toys than to read books. With this book storage idea, you may be able to get your kids reach for books more often. Simply put some cheap spice racks on the door, on the wall or wherever your kids can easily see and reach them.
Dress-Up Closet for Kids
With just an old, small dresser, you can already give your little princess the closet of her dreams! Inside, you can put your kids’ dress-up clothes, shoes, hats and other doll-up props. Your girl will surely love this idea. You don’t have to do anything with it, but if you want to make your kids happier, you can revamp that old cabinet and paint it with some lighter, brighter color.
Bathtub Toy Storage for Kids
Tired of bringing your kids’ bathtub toys from the room to the bathtub and vice versa? Create bathtub toy storage to end such a tiring task. You simply need a curtain rod, a few small baskets and some shower curtain hooks.
Stuffed Toys Cage for Your Kids
If your kids have too many stuffed toys around, you can store them all away in a cage. To make this storage cage, you will need a cheap bookcase unit and some bungee cords. Simply drill holes in the bookcase to hold the cords together and poof! You have a cage for all your kids’ toys to store away in.
Milk Jug Toy Storage for Kids
This storage is a pretty handy storage. It’s lightweight, and it’s got a side handle, so your kids can easily carry them around as they play with their smaller toys. It also won’t cost you much. You simply need a used milk jug and cut a large opening in the side while leaving the handle intact. If you want, you can color the jug with paint and create your own pattern and design.
Soap Box Organizer For Your Kids
See those travel soap boxes? Those can be used to store away your kids’ pea-sized stuff like their jewelry, beads, crayons, playing cards, pieces of the puzzle, and other similar items. You can buy a few boxes and label the names of things that will be stored inside. They can be purchased at Wal-Mart or at the Dollar Store for only about a dollar. Surely, it doesn’t cost much for a good storage.
Game Board Storage Frame for Kids
This is another storage idea that parents will surely love to use as a design – a wall art. You simply make a frame with the size of your kids’ game board and hang it up on the wall. As for the little game pieces, put them in Ziploc bags and store them at the back of the board so they don’t go missing.
Toy Car Magnet Holder for Kids
Another storage design that can be used as a wall décor is a magnetic toy car holder. Simply put a magnet strip on the wall not too high for your kids to reach. Then, let your little boy stick his magnetic cars right there. A magnetic knife strip works best for this purpose.
Lego Organizer for Kids
Want to teach your kids some skills in organizing stuff? Get your little fellow to work on this task. This Lego desk organizer is one of the most simple yet most genius storage ideas on this list. Using nothing else than a bunch of Lego pieces, you can have a storage holder for your kids’ pens, pencils, and crayons. Neat!