Most kids aren’t so great at keeping their rooms and play areas tidy. Without begging, pestering and reminding, their activity areas are often left disheveled and dirty. But there is a solution for quietly encouraging tiny tykes to keep their clothing and toys neatly stored and stowed away.
Here are a few clever storage ideas for encouraging little ones to embrace organization and orderliness.
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All aboard! Kids will adore rolling under the bed storage, especially when it includes a train table. Perfect for aspiring auto-lovers, this storage system disguises locomotive clutter and can be used for hiding tons of tiny trinkets.
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Nothing beats a turn style storage system. Perfect for bookworms, mini-mes will love having a spinning library at home. An additional corkboard and lots of empty basket slots provides for a perfect way for kids to enjoy the process of stowing their toys and treasures. Bonus: hooks on this cylinder storage unit allow for book bags and backpacks to be neatly stored for school.
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Princess fanatics will appreciate a dollhouse storage system that can be used for storing blankets, books and stuffed animals. Alternatively, craft supplies and clothing find a permanent place within an open dollhouse. Parents will appreciate a toy storage system as it can also be used for playtime.
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Hanging planters are not only a budget friendly storage solution but allow youngsters a super easy and ultra-visible way to store their blocks, books and bears. Decorative and easy to hang, open wall baskets or crates are an appealing and kid-friendly storage option.
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For the ultimate storage solution, nothing beats a bedroom Ferris wheel. Super unique and totally cool, an amusement park ride storage system is ideal for storing games, puzzles and circus themed animals. A wheel with individual “passenger cars” will be perfect for kids who need quick plop-away storage and want a permanent funhouse feel to their big boy or big girl bedroom.
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