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Organize the toys with smart storage

Sort and store the little ones’ clothes, bathroom playthings and toys with these three easy tips. Who knows, keeping their things tidy might even encourage them to do some sorting of their own!
Make it easier for the little ones to store their toys in boxes with compartments.
Looking for smart bathroom ideas for the kids? Get inspiration from these 3 storage ideas! Here we used IKEA LÅDDAN bag for both storing and drying children’s toys in one step. The bag is made of mesh so you can see what’s inside.
1. Simplify tidying after bath time. Rather than leaving the kids’ stuff to dry in the bathtub and then putting it away, save time by collecting toys in a see-through mesh bag. Just hang it up and everything will be dry and ready to go tomorrow night.
Looking for kids’ storage ideas or new hallway storage ideas? Go for an easy access rack with knobs that you put up at the children’s height, so they easily can take off and put on their coats.
Want some smart kids’ storage ideas for your hallway? IKEA offers lots of storage furniture! Why not let the kids display things they find outside inside a doll’s house? The IKEA FLISAT doll’s house is great for displaying branches and stones!
2. Help the kids get ready with easy access storage. Put racks at the right height so they can grab their own coats. Give them space to display their treasures in a doll’s house (we personalized ours with wallpaper). Shoes stay organized on floor level knobs (we painted these ones powdery pink).
Need smart kids’ storage ideas or new living room storage ideas? Organise the children’s toys inside a couple of glossy boxes with smart inserts. IKEA has a wide range of storage furniture such as KUGGIS box with lid.
3. Let the kids play freely in the living room. Then reclaim your adult space by putting toys into different-sized boxes. Try adding some inserts to keep smaller bits and pieces in order. When tidying up is this easy maybe the little ones will want to help out too.
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.
Made by
Interior designer: Elin Stierna
Photographer: Nicklas Rudfell
Writer: Anna Blom