If your toddler’s idea of a clean room is everything lumped together in a pile, then it’s time for a storage. Here are some great storage ideas for your toddlers room.

Chic storage:1

Toy chests are a thing of the past. Hanging organizers, dresser drawers and cute baskets can give you more room to let other things in the room pop.

Make your space a workstation:

You can essentially double the storage in your toddler’s closet by adding a rod for clothing. With all that extra space, you can make a workstation for your little one to make a craft table that they will love to use for coloring books and crafts.

Hidden storage:

Install old kitchen cabinets in your toddler’s closet. If they don’t have a closet, you can use wooden crates and stack them. (Just not to high in case they bump into them.)

Baby’s classy closet:

A baby’s closet is usually cluttered because the space is messy. Overcome the clutter with stackable containers and floating shelves.

Dresser storage:

For older children who no longer need a crib, why not get a mates bed with drawers in the bottom. It saves a lot of room!

Hanging bedside organizer:2

It’s quick, easy to make and easy to use. The end is placed between the mattress and box spring and the pockets can hold books, teddies or other items.

Clear storage bags:

These are super neat. They let your toddler see which toys are in the bag and it’s easy for them to open with an optional drawstring for when they get older.

Pull out drawer storage:

This good for little things like doll furniture or legos. You know no hurt until you have stepped on one of those! Ouch! You can also label the drawers so that it’s easier to organize.

Tube cubbies:

These are absolutely adorable! Easy to make and the materials needed are super cheap. These tube cubbies can be small or large. Just glue the tubes together and place in any corner of the room.
Rolling toy storage:1

This is a great way to keep toys put away but easy for your toddler to access if they want to play with toys. This is a great project if you have a dresser drawer that’s gone awol and it’s easy to make. Apply a coat of paint, add some wheels on and your set.

Written by Cleo Neufeld

Cleo Neufeld

Before meeting the love of her life, Cleo was a single mother to a beautiful little girl for many years. She shares her expertise in single parenting, building a relationship, living on a budget and more.