When it comes to our son’s room organizing, we have baskets for loose toys, canvas totes for stuffed animals and an open-face bookshelf for his books. But puzzles? The puzzles are stacked on a shelf, and their lack of neatness taunts me. That’s why I decided to search for better puzzle storage solutions — and here are 6 clever storage ideas:
Melissa + Doug Wooden Puzzle Storage 1 of 6This $30 puzzle storage container holds 12 puzzles.
Ziplocs + Bins 2 of 6Here's a simple solution: Put all of the puzzle pieces in zip-lock bags and store them neatly in a canvas bin.
Collator Storage Solution 3 of 6This family used a collator (typically found in offices for organization) for puzzle storage. Brilliant.
Mason Jars 4 of 6For older kids with boxes of jigsaw puzzles, toss the box and store them in pretty glass jars.
DIY Puzzle Cases 5 of 6Click below for a DIY tutorial on these handmade puzzle cases.
Melissa + Doug Wire Puzzle Storage 6 of 6This $11 wire rack should nearly stack most wooden puzzles.
1. Melissa & Doug via Amazon
2. via I Heart Organizing
4. via Apartment Therapy
5. Tutorial via I Make Stuff
6. Melissa & Doug via Amazon