Playroom Organization Tips

  • Post last modified:March 25, 2019
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One of the hardest rooms for us to keep clean is the playroom. Which is to be expected with a three-year-old tearing the place up every day.

I’m always looking for simple and cheap ways to keep the playroom organized. It’s also a plus if it’s a simple and easy way for my three-year-old to also help keep things organized.

I have to say he has gotten pretty good at keeping his playroom clean. He even tells dad where the toys belong when he goes to help him clean up.

Here is are a few ideas that I personally love for playroom organization.

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Playroom Organization Ideas

I love this craft centre! It’s so simple and easy to do. This little craft centre is perfect for preschool age children. {via Project Nursery}

Using small bins to keep lego pieces organized is key to keeping a tidy playroom. It also helps with finding which parts you need more easily.

If your child isn’t into lego you could still use small bins to organize other toys with smaller pieces to make them easier to find. {via The Homes I Have Made}

Shelves with cubby holes, that you can put bins in, are a great way to hide toys and keep them organized. Functional and pleasing to the eye.
{via Valley + Birch}

These spice rack bookshelves are an easy way to declutter books. Since they attach to the wall they do not take up floor space, great for small spaces.
{via Big DIY Ideas}

Easy and cheap way to keep board games organized. It also makes them easy to see and pick out your favourite game.
{via Joyful Homemaking}

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