Kids can be messy, but that doesn’t mean their playroom needs to be. These five clever DIY projects can help you keep your children’s room neat and organized.
1. Rolling storage cube stools
If your playroom has a table for the kids to draw and color, you’re going to need seats. Why not use this opportunity to add storage as well? Shanty 2 Chic offers great instructions on how to create storage stools that the kids can use to sit at the table and store their supplies.
2. Action figure/doll organizer
Hanging shoe organizers can be used to store more than just shoes. Use an old shoe organizer to keep your kids’ Barbies, dolls and action figures. If you want to design your own organizer or need to tweak the one you have, learn how by visiting a girl and a glue gun.
3. Hanging rope
Utilizing wall space is a great way to organize items without overcrowding the room. You can install shelves and hooks to keep the playroom neat. Another unique idea is to hang rope on the wall and then use clothespins to display artwork.
4. Clear storage bags
If your kids have a lot of toys, it can be difficult for them to find what they’re looking for without having to sift through their stuff. With clear storage bags, kids can easily find the right toy without having to empty boxes or bins and creating a mess. Make it Love it offers simple instructions for you to follow.
5. Cover it up with a curtain
If organizing your kids’ playroom requires a lot of storage boxes, you can still keep the room looking great with a curtain. Simply install a rod and use fabric or a stylish curtain to hide any untidy area in the room. It’s a quick fix!