41 Clever Organizational Ideas For Your Child’s Playroom

Teach your kids the importance of organization early on in their lives. They’ll thank you later.

1. An alphabetized cubby system also serves as a learning tool.

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2. A pegboard is a great organizational tool from nursery to playroom.

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3. Labeled drawers will really cut out the hassle of getting dressed in the morning.

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4. Save space by placing puzzles in zippered pouches.

You can get rid of those bulky boxes. Just remember to cut off the image from the front of the box and tape it to the front of each pouch.

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5. Clear storage helps you see what’s in the bins.

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6. You can also make these cute clear storage bags.

Get the directions here.

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7. Use a color-coding system if you have a LOT of Legos.

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8. Use curtains to hide storage bins.

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9. For a kid who loves to read, a window seat provides storage AND a cozy, sunny nook to curl up in.

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10. Or place a bench seat between two bookshelves.

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11. Brightly-painted nesting tables save space and provide a pop of color.

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12. One of these inexpensive IKEA storage bins becomes cute craft storage once you add labels.

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13. This wooden zoo pen is an adorable idea for storing stuffed animals.

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14. Which can be simulated with this bungee cord DIY.

Get the instructions here.

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15. A stuffed animal swing is an equally adorable idea.

Get the directions here.

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16. Or use an over-the-door shoe organizer for easy access.

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17. Works great for crafts, too.

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18. Use storage boxes that double as seating.

Get the directions on how to make the table here.

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19. Bins under the play table are another way to save space and create storage.

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20. These DIY rolling cube tables can be separated so each child can have his or her personal workspace.

Get the directions here.

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21. Display art easily and quickly with clipboards.

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22. Or try these IKEA curtain rod systems.

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23. Hang clothing from a makeshift tree branch if no closet is available.

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24. Kitchen-style cabinets make for vertical storage that kids can still reach.

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25. These bins can be hung low for easy access to your child’s favorite toys.

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26. A small dresser or bookshelf serves to separate creative workspace from playspace.

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27. A wall-mounted desk is easy to put away.

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28. Paint a wall with chalkboard paint and then hang shelves for easy labeling.

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29. These drawer pulls act as brilliant little chalk holders.

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30. Utilize under-the-bed storage.

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31. Hang tote bags from a wall coat rack.

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32. Keep dress-up clothes in vintage suitcases as an inexpensive solution.

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33. Nail painted crates to the wall for colorful display shelving.

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34. These stackable cubbies means that you can can customize them however you want.

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35. Buckets hung from the wall can hold miscellaneous items, like art supplies or magazines.

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36. Slanted shoe racks are great for displaying collections.

Like hot wheels.

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37. Magnetic strips can also hold toy cars.

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38. Easy display shelving creates a library-like air in a playroom.

Get the easy DIY directions here.

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39. Slide-out bins provide easy access.

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40. Hang a rail with extra long hangers so the kids can reach their clothes.

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41. Sweater organizers can hold clothes and toys.

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