26 Ways to Organize Toys in Small Spaces

With a tiny (closet-sized) playroom, I struggle constantly with how to organize toys in small spaces.

And with all the toys that we have, it’s important to me to be able to organize toys cheap so that it’s easy on my pocketbook. These solutions are just what I needed to clear out the clutter and keep toys from taking over our home!

26 Ways to Organize Toys in Small Spaces

Do-it-Yourself Projects

Forward-facing bookshelves are a perfect way to utilize space behind a door, via Tried and True.

Bag up your kids’ toys with an easy organization project from Make It Perfect.

Make a Lego storage stool to keep blocks off the floor and put away, via Kids Activities Blog.

Build a flip down wall art desk with this project by Ana White.

Keep costumes put away using PVC pipes with this simple project from The Nerd’s Wife.

Make a stuffed animal swing with this project from It’s Always Autumn.

Create a LEGO storage mat with these easy instructions from Kids Activities Blog.

Sew a custom over-the-door Barbie organizer, just like A Girl and a Glue Gun.

Use pegboards to hang large toys — like construction trucks — off the ground, via Apartment Therapy.

Tips and Advice for Clearing Out the Clutter

Maximize wall space to keep toys organized in a small space with these hacks from From Faye.

This closet makeover from Kids Activities Blog offers some easy tips when you’re ready to organize toys in small spaces.

Regulate how many toys your child can play with at a time using this toy organization hack from Dallas Moms Blog.

Keep your house organized with kids with advice from fellow moms, via Kids Activities Blog.

Cover cluttered bookshelves with this hack from Plumberry Pie.

Use photos of your child’s toys to label storage boxes, via Family Ever After.

Repurpose Household Items

Use laundry baskets to keep toys off the floor, and other great tips from Beauty Through Imperfection.

Let them keep their treasures (and you keep the playroom organized!) with this genius idea from Kids Activities Blog.

Use a magnetic strip to store toy cars. Genius tip from Design Dazzle.

Hang craft supplies on a towel rack using cups with this hack from Attempting Aloha.

Utilize gaps under the bed with this great tip from That’s My Letter.

Use a shoe storage bag to organize small toys by color, via Kids Activities Blog.

Create storage bench seating with an easy DIY from I Heart Organizing.

Make a stuffed animal cage using a bookcase with this idea from The Griffiths Garden.

Turn crates into seating and storage with this project from The Boutons.

Hang a bookcase on the wall to display toy trains, via Green Kitchen.

Repurpose flower planters to store stuffed animals on the walls with this project from Mommy of Two Little Monkeys.

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