Special Nonexistent Furniture

9 Kids' Bedroom Storage Ideas

Get rid of kids' room clutter with these smart organization solutions.

Design: Frances Herrera
Interior Design

It's easy to keep kids' rooms neat and tidy with
a few of these
fun finds.

​Editors' Tips and Picks
Make the most of vertical space and keep toys up off the floor with this hanging organizer.
These sturdy canvas bins are oh-so-adorable and hold a ton of toys.
​They're available in many other equally cute animals, such as hippos, raccoons, and monkeys.
Slanted storage is easier for little ones to see and access. With three colorful removable bins, a book holder, and six-slot cubby, this sturdy piece makes cleanup a breeze.
Stash toys, books, and more on this whimsical frog-themed bookshelf.
Sometimes old-fashioned is best; you can't go wrong with a classic toy box. This hand-painted chest is special enough to become a keepsake.

With three drawers on top and a storage cubby on the bottom (with a smart label plate), there's no question as to what goes where.
Tip! Cleanup time is easier for young kids to manage if you let them tackle the mess in five-minute spurts.

Need a lot of storage? This cabinet features four shelves and coat hooks. Reversible panels can be switched from white board to solid blue as kids grow and change.

Look for furniture with built-in storage, such as this bed with headboard shelving and three drawers.
This playful machine-washable bag is stuffed animal storage that doubles as cushy seating.