The biggest question I get asked is what to do with all the kids’ toys. They just accumulate. And multiply. So how do you keep them from taking over your entire house?
I have some budget-friendly storage for toys ideas that I know you are going to love.
Storage For Toys Ideas
Before we jump right into all three storage ideas, I want to preface by saying that you have to declutter and minimize the amount of toys you have first.
This means looking at your toys and getting rid of about half of the toys. Yes, half.
See, kids need less in order to inspire imagination. When they have too much, they get overwhelmed. Which causes them to say they are bored.
They aren’t bored. They are overwhelmed with decisions. With less toys, they are less likely to get overwhelmed.
Instead, they will use what they have to create impressive creations.
I have more tips for starting to minimize or declutter toys below:
Storage Idea #1
If you find yourself with lots of different types of toys because the kids all have different interests, using a bench with storage would be a good idea.
The bench can act as both seating and storage for the kids’ toys.
Storage Idea #2
We had a lot of sports equipment in our basement. Things like knee hockey sticks, basketballs, and cones.
To keep them all contained, they needed to be stored in a tall basket. This helps make clean up easy. And the kids can find them when they need them.
Storage Idea #3
The art supplies can be another tricky thing to store. With kids wanting to be creative, keeping the art materials tidy can be tough.
So using an art cart to create storage for art supplies helps keep things together and limits the trail of markers on the floor.
Storage For Toys Ideas
Want to recreate these storage ideas in your home? The Playroom Setup Plans walk you through creating the best storage for toys, decor for playrooms, and functional organization that works with any age kiddo.
Instead of feeling like you are drowning in toys, take action with three specific plans to create order in your home.
Each plan includes:
- Detailed drawing for floor layout
- Specific items needed to create floor plan
- Step-by-step directions to organize the space
How Does It Work
After you purchase the Playroom Setup Plans, you will get an email that has a hyperlink.
There will be two links. One will be for the plans and the other for the bonus called Tackling Toy Clutter.
Download each workbook and plan.
Read through the Guide To Tackling Toy Clutter first. It gives you all the steps to declutter the toys. Plus support with getting the kids’ involved in the entire process.
Then go through the playroom plans. Decide which plan works best for your needs.
Use the room layouts to guide you in setting up the space.
The products I use are included with hyperlinks. But you are easily use the products you have in your own to create the same layout. Making it super budget-friendly.
So instead of trying to do it all on your own, use plans that have helped hundreds of families organize their kids’ toys.
What Are You Waiting For?
Look around your house. Are the toys taking over?
Then it is time for a plan. A new way to organize the toys. Something that has worked for hundreds of families.
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