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If your kids’ rooms are anything like mine, there’s stuff jammed everywhere – under beds, crumpled onto shelves, and all over the floor. Our game room is a disaster with all the toys that need a proper place to go! Luckily, I found a few storage units that were PERFECT for my kiddos’ spaces, and now the clutter is a bit more tamed with great organization for kids!
When the great staff at Hayneedle.com reached out to me, asking if I’d like to pick a few things from their site, I was thrilled! With our growing family, we definitely need to get our clutter under control before we have even more people in here with added stuff. I picked out the below three kid storage solutions – and it was just around $120 total for it all! I was a bit worried about building them, but it was actually super easy and I did all three by myself in about an hour or so!
I wanted something EXTRA sturdy and lasting for the game room, since those drawers will be used the most and be exposed to all the kids AND our dogs. This Honey Can Do Kids Storage Organizer with 12 plastic bins was just perfect, with different sized buckets that the kids could easily remove and replace as they played. I don’t have to worry about the drawers ripping, either, which is a definite plus with some of their more ‘rough’ toys that could snag on fabric.
For the bedrooms, I did want the soft look of the fabric drawers, and felt this was a good choice since they don’t really have toys in their bedrooms anyway. The RiverRidge Sort & Store organizer had 4 drawers, which is great for my boys’ bedroom. The drawers are sturdy despite being fabric, and the kids can each have a drawer for their extra stuffed animals, blanket, or even a few books or something.
For my girls’ bedroom we chose a more feminine design in this Altra Furniture 4 Bin Storage Unit, and she loved cutting out photos to fit inside the flowers on each of the drawers (not pictured – she added those afterwards). She’s already stocked the drawers with dolls, crafty supplies and coloring books. The top is nice and sturdy, so she now has some decorations displayed on there.
It’s been so nice having these organizer for my kids, and between the great price and super easy set-up I plan on getting a few more once our adoption is here! Plus, Hayneedle has so much more than just organizers, such as furniture like beds and tables, wall art, toys, cookware – pretty much anything home oriented you can probably find on the site for affordable prices!
Which organizer from Hayneedle would your kids like best?
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