Kids Room Organization



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Kids Room Organization + Giveaway

Both of my kids were ready to transform their bedrooms from baby rooms to “big kid” rooms. Since we just moved into our new house and the new school year is here, I thought it was the perfect time to spiffy up their spaces! Today I’m sharing some colorful, cute, and effective kids room organization ideas! Their new rooms are so much more organized than before.

Love what you see? I have a giveaway for you so you can create a perfectly organized space too!

Kids Room Organization Ideas. Organize toys, school supplies, and even clothing in a cute and colorful way.

Over the past few years, my kids have accumulated a lot of toys. As they are getting bigger, their toys are getting smaller (funny how that works!). After awhile, I felt like I was constantly picking up because I didn’t have a system that fit their rooms. They had a hard time picking up their own toys because there weren’t any designated spots to put anything. Their rooms were piles and bins filled with random toys. No good!

I knew I needed a few things in order to fix up their rooms and make them more functional. They needed to be cute, the needed to have lots of organization options, and they needed to be accessible to the kids (so they aren’t trying to climb up in their closet or on top of their tall dressers to reach toys).

I think the ClosetMaid Cubeicals are the perfect solution for both of them! Here is Stella’s room:

Girls Room Organization Ideas. Organize toys, school supplies, and even clothing in a pretty and colorful way.

It is colorful and just right for her size. She can hang up her backpack, and zip down to her desk to do homework or play on the computer. All of her belonging are stored in between. She has her hair accessories in one fabric bin and her arts & craft supplies in another. She also has a designated space for her dolls and doll accessories. Her room includes an 8 bin organizer and a locker with a pink backing.

Check out Mitch’s room:

Boys Room Organization Ideas. Organize toys, school supplies, and even clothing. I love the blue ombre fabric boxes!

Mitch has a ton of little toys. Figurines, Legos, dinosaurs, cars & trucks, and blocks. I created an ombre look for him using the ClosetMaid design tool. The 9 Cubeicals organizer is filled with various shades of the fabric cubes. The black cubes at the bottom coordinate with the 8 cube organizer it is next to. He can store toys on top or inside with or without cubes. I love that kind of flexibility! He also has locker which holds his backpack, rain boots, and hand painted race car piggy bank.

My very favorite part of their rooms are these ClosetMaid lockers. They are just the right height for kids and provide a perfect spot for their school supplies they they use regularly. The best part? There are NO MORE back packs all over the house! They can come home from school and hang them up in their bedroom lockers (genius!).

Bedroom Lockers for organizing kids backpacks, boots, umbrellas, and more.

We are ready for a new school year and their new “big kid” rooms are awesome!

Do you need to orgnaize a space in your house? I’m giving away a 9 cube organizer from ClosetMaid (very similar to the blue ombre one you can see in Mitch’s bedroom photos).

You can win one of these in your choice of wood color PLUS 4 fabric drawers in your choice of color(s): CLICK HERE TO SEE

Ready to enter for your chance to win a ClosetMaid Cube Organizer with 4 drawers?

All you have to do is answer the following question in the comments section below:

What would you organize with your ClosetMaid Cube Organizer and which color(s) would you pick?

Good luck!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ClosetMaid via RhythmOne. The opinions and text are all mine.

Kelly Dixon

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