Playroom Organizing – Part 4
More Storage Solutions
I am going to take you on an Ikea shopping trip with me. These are all pictures I took when I went the year before last. I love this store, but I am not getting any kind of affiliate, commission or any other compensation by telling you about them or posting this. I just love some of the solutions they have for toy storage.
Keep in mind that there are many other alternatives for where to purchase like items. Target has great cubbies, and is where I get mine. So look around, this is just meant to give you some ideas.
If you read me at all you know I LOVE cubbies. There are many different styles and inserts you can get for cubbies. Many stores have them, although not a lot of others have the full wall units like these.
Like OMG isn’t this the cutest? These are slide out bins. I do wish the colored ones were clear though. But I still love it. You can mix and match and make your own set up with this system.
Here is another option with the same kind of units.
To have an art desk or homework desk would be awesome in a playroom. (Keep in mind that doing homework in a playroom is not a real good idea unless your child can really focus).
Here is another desk idea for a playroom. These also would be great in a child’s room if you had space for them.
This is a cubby unit that hangs on the wall. Then you can have storage space underneath it. You could also use this above a desk or higher on the wall to keep the games away from the little ones.
These hanging net cubbies are cute for those little stuffed animals or trinkets.
Here are some other little cute storage ideas for the walls. Of course these are fabric and you couldn’t hand anything too heavy in them, but wouldn’t they decorate a wall cute?
Here is something for the little bit older group. A locker. They could use it for game storage, DVD or CD storage like pictured. But they could also put books, have fun decorating it inside and out and use all those cool locker gadgets you see at the stores (but a lot of schools don’t allow).
I also saw these cute colorful frames there. They were only $1.99 each. What a cute way to showcase their most special artwork! It would be another cute way to decorate the walls of the playroom and make them feel really special.
So I took you on my Ikea shopping trip. It is to give you ideas. If you see something you like…shop around for it. There may be other places you can find it…or try ebay or amazon too. Or you can do like me….garage sales, dollar store and Target & Walmart. Really Ikea’s prices are not bad at all….I want to take a shopping trip down to the one in Ohio again soon. The only one I went on was with my husband….and how fun is that? LOL