Playroom Organization Tips


Our playroom is constantly evolving. We’ll create a system to make our lives easier, organize the toys, display the artwork, etc. And then we’ll revise it. We’ll change it to reflect our current needs and make it work more efficiently for our family. Today, I’ll be sharing with you all how we finally got the playroom toys in order. I’ll be discussing my process for sorting the toys into logical categories and how we’re displaying them all for maximum practicality & attractiveness.
Below you will see what the space looked like originally.
Here are the baskets I used: Dollar Tree baskets!
Here is how I split up and sorted all the toys!
This space is so functional now for us!
For more tips and pictures, please visit the blog post below.

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  • Nancy Marble Heard
    on Aug 21, 2016

    5-S compliant

  • Lana
    on Mar 14, 2018

    I love it! So creative and functional :)

    I usually store my kids' toys in boxed storage cubes made out of fabric (IKEA has long-lasting ones) that sit in one corner of my living room. Also, some outgrown ones I store in my sofa that has a storage. I recently found great solution for labeling boxes and nontransparent bags, a Rhino 6000 label maker that saved my life. Its highly practical for finding stuff, especially the tiniest bits and bobs such as LEGO parts. My warmest recommendation!

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