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21 Totally Clever Toy Storage Tips & Tricks

Now that the holidays are over it’s time to make way for a whole new batch of toys. Move their Barbies to a shoe organizer and use a hanging fruit basket for bath toys. Keep reading to see more…

WALL O’ BUCKETS

Image Source: Grosgrain Fabulous
Image Source: Grosgrain Fabulous

Stack up sand buckets and connect them together with zip ties.
Find out more at Grosgrain Fabulous.

LABELED BUCKETS FOR OUTDOOR TOYS

Use metal buckets for a way to store toys that get dirty from being outside.
Check it out at Domestic Charm.

PENCIL POUCHES FOR PUZZLES

Image Source: The Navy Stripe
Image Source: The Navy Stripe

Hold onto all your puzzle pieces by placing them inside zipper pencil pouches.
Find out more at The Navy Stripe.

FRUIT BASKET FOR BATH TOYS

Hang a fruit basket in your bathroom and use it to put their bath toys in.
Find out more at Real Simple.

BOOKSHELF FOR TRAINS

Put their train sets on a bookshelf where they can easily see and get to them.
Find out more at Green Kitchen.

SHOE FOR SUPERHEROS

Image Source: Organize Your Stuff Now
Image Source: Organize Your Stuff Now

Use a shoe organizer to hold all their plastic dolls.
Find out more at Organize Your Stuff Now.

TIRES FOR TOYS

Store toys inside stacked tires on wheels.
Spotted at Curbly.

PALLET FOR POOL TOYS

Image Source: Funky Junk Interiors
Image Source: Funky Junk Interiors

Keep outdoor pool toys in one place by storing them on a pallet.
Spotted at Funky Junk Interiors.

PASTA JARS FOR CRAFTS

Fill pasta jars with craft supplies or small toys.
Find out more at Apartment Therapy.

WOOD CRATE FOR TOYS

Image Source: Etsy
Image Source: Etsy

Paint a wooden crate with your kid’s favorite color and add wheels to the bottom. Fill it with their toys.
Spotted at Etsy.

GARDEN BASKETS FOR TOYS

Hang garden baskets on a wall at a low height so the kids can reach them and put them back.
Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.

DRESS UP BOX

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Image Source: Craftiness is Not Optional

Build a dress up box to store those cool costumes and princess dresses.
Find out more at Craftiness is Not Optional.

TOOL BOX FOR TOYS

Turn your husband’s tool box into your child’s toy storage. It can also add to the decor.
Spotted at DIY Inspired.

DOLLS IN A SUITCASE

Image Source: Pretty Prudent
Image Source: Pretty Prudent

Keep Dolly and all her friends in a special doll suitcase.
Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

PEANUT BUTTER JAR FOR TOYS

Image Source: Share and Remember
Image Source: Share and Remember

Poke a hole in the top of peanut butter jars, string a piece of ribbon through to make the toy storage portable.
Check it out at Share and Remember.

BUNGEE CORD FOR BALLS

Image Source: Designed to Dwell
Image Source: Designed to Dwell

Keep balls safely stored away by using bungee cords to hold them back.
Find out more at Designed to Dwell.

REUSING OLD TOYS

Reuse old toys as a way to store new toys or in this case, art supplies.
Find out more at Apartment Therapy.

PEEK-A-BOO BAG FOR TOYS

Image Source: Make It Perfect
Image Source: Make It Perfect

Sew up a toy sack that the kids can see right through to find the toy they’re looking for.
Find out more at Make it Perfect.

SOAP FOR CARD GAMES

Use a soap organizer as a place to hold card games.
Find out more at Shady Tree Diary.

HAMPER FOR LARGE TOYS

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Image Source: Pinkfortitude.com

Keep big toys together by putting them in a plastic hamper.
Find out more at The Happy Housewife.

BABY WIPES FOR TINY TOYS

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Image Source: Budget Savvy Diva

Reuse baby wipe containers by turning them into a place to store small toys.
Find out more at Budget Savvy Diva.

Article Posted 4 years Ago

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