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We’ve all been there, right moms? Been in that place where all you can see are scattered toys. Toys in the kitchen, toys in the dining room, toys in the bedroom, toys in the bathroom and everywhere! Sometimes it drives us crazy. Most of the time it complicates things. The most painful part? Stepping on one of them. So, to help our fellow moms keep their sanity, we’ve collected some of the most awesome and clever ways to organize toys.

To help our fellow moms keep their sanity, we've collected some of the most awesome and clever ways to organize toys.

Clever Ways to Organize Toys

Get rid of bulky boxes and save spaces by placing all puzzle pieces in a zip pouch. Be sure to label them or cut the picture of the puzzle and tape it in front of the pouch says The Navy Stripe.


Project Nursery used clear storage containers to know what’s inside with just a quick peek.

clear bins

No Bins? Try making this clear storage bag by Make It Love It.

storage bag

No more dolls piled in the doll house! Use an old hanging shoe organizer for storing those barbies and action figures. Idea from Parents.


For the moms with Lego fanatic kids, you can try color coding your storage. Saw this at I Heart Organizing.

lego color coding

Hammock for stuffed animals! This is a cute storage idea from Lemon Squeezy Home for those stuffed animals just lying around the corner.

ways to organize toys

Use hanging baskets to contain those stuffed animals and other toys via Centsational Girl.

BHG Flower Basket toy storage

And for all those hot wheels cars, here’s a fun car caddy tutorial at Homemade by Jill.

car caddy

What a fun idea for those stuffed animals, you gotta love this DIY stuffed animal swing from It’s Always Autumn.

ways to organize kids toys

Or you can hang a rope on the ceiling and clip the animals with clothespins. Such a simple idea from attemptingaloha.

hanging animals

Another way to organize and save space is to create storage under the play table. Visit Land of Nod and have a peek.

under the bench storage

These DIY cube tables can work alone as end tables or together as a work table. What’s the perk? They can be separated so each child can have his/her personal storage and work space. For this creative tutorial visit Lowes.

Related post: Having pets at home is fun! If you have a cat at your home, try these DIY cat toys.

cube table

Another great idea to store books for the book lovers. Transform your child’s wagon to this cute book storage on the go! Visit Cory Connor Designs for the transformation.

wagon books

Keep books organized and easy to grab by using spice racks to corral them. The Sweetest Digs uses Ikea Spice racks to make this cool book shelf.

toy organization 1

Balls take up so much space and if they’re not put together in a basket you can see them all around the house. Get into action and make this great idea of storing them as designed to dwell did.

toy organization 2

Turn your usable game board games into a beautiful piece of colorful wall art and be amazed. See full instructions at Infarrantly Creative .

game board storage art (2)

Here’s another cool way to store up those playing cards via Jazzie and Tahlia. Be sure to cut the labels from the boxes and taped them to the front of the plastic containers.


Display those hot wheels and other car collections with this slanted display shelf by LumberJocks.

HotWheels Display Shelf

You can easily organize the playroom and clean up the bedroom with this hanging closet storage at Land of Nod.

Knife holder for cars? Why not? via style-files.


Provide an easy access for toys, arts and crafts materials with slide out bins like this one at Apartment Therapy.

Store items such as books, magazine or school supplies with a bucket hung from the wall like this one at Coisas da Orlas.

Another cool and fun way to store up books is to put them in a DIY book sling such as this one at  Penny Carnival.

Hanging book display1
Find even more toy organization ideas at Kids Activities Blog!

Brilliant Ways to Organize Toys