Guide on Storing Kid’s Toys

Storing Kid's ToysSooner or later every parent faces a problem of storing kid’s toys that are often scattered all over the house. You are probably tired of spending hours in search for missing items and pieces of puzzles. The best way to solve this problem is using toy organizers that help to store kid’s toys and get rid of a permanent mess in your lodging.

The most widespread option is using containers that not only come in different sizes and shapes, but also in different colors what allows matching your room décor. It is essential to opt for the storage equipment that will let your kids an easy access to toys without your involvement.

How to Store Kid’s Toys

The best option still remains good old bins and baskets made from transparent plastic or fabric. You can store everything in them starting from outdoor large-scale toys to small puzzles. Once your kid is done with playing, he can simply throw his toys back into such containers, so your room will become clean in a minute. Consider attaching photos of the toys to the front size of a basket, so your kid knows what kind of toys to store in each basket. You can place these containers along the wall, at the foot of bookshelves or under a bed.

Ideas of Kid's Toys Storing

Another alternative is storing toys that consist of small parts like Lego in plastic drawer units, which are not only cheap, but also utterly handy. They allow saving a lot of living space since they are tall. For instance, put the dolls in one drawer, doll’s accessories could be stored in another drawer, while apparel could be put in a third one.

Massive toys like cars, princess sets, guns, outdoor toys and stuffed animals should be kept in wooden chest that match the overall interior. Before you kid starts using it, make sure it is equipped with safety hinges, so the lid doesn’t fall accidentally. You may even sort the contents of the toy chest by setting up baskets inside it.

Ideas of Kid's Toys Storing

Consider using hanging units that should be located away from people’s eyes. For instance, hanging door units are intended for keeping the small toys like stuffed animals, dolls, cars, etc. Pockets made from such materials as plastic, canvas and nylon are perfect for storing discs, headbands and stationery.


  1. My kids leave there toys everywhere and it’s driving me crazy! We tried a toy chest but they keep emptying it out to get to the toys at the bottom. I will have to try storage boxes. The first pic has re-inspired me to get it done 🙂

  2. Elvera says:

    I want to to thank you for this very good read!! I certainly loved every little bit of it.
    I have you book-marked to look at new things you post…

  3. These storing ideas are so cute! I want to arrange my daughter’s toys the way is done on the second picture! Everything is so beautiful and colorful! The perfect way to store her dearest stuff:)

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