Up Against the Wall
Hang repurposed planter baskets on the wall to get odds and ends off the floor. When your kids outgrow this storage system, you can always return the baskets to their flower-containing duty!
Reach for the Sky
With a storage hoist, you can turn dreaded playtime cleanup into an exciting game! An added bonus is that using a rope-and-pulley system like this one offers a science lesson in itself!
PVC Pipe Dream
Action Figure "Condo"
An over-the-door shoe rack serves as a "high-rise condominium" for action ﬁgures and other toys, making them easy to see and reach. Every superhero in his—or her (right, Wonder Woman?)—place.
A wall of adjustable shelving creates a desk for two youngsters as well as space for all the supplies they could possibly need. It’s a solution that can "grow" along with your kids—just keep raising the desk higher!
Hiding Under the Bed
Control the chaos! A wall mounted tool organizer is perfect for corralling LEGOs and art supplies— and mounted ﬁle holders keep coloring books and magazines neat and tidy.
Don’t put the six pack holder in the recycling bin with the beer bottles. Instead, dress it up in some pretty paper, so art supplies are ready to go wherever the artist wants to create. It works equally well without the makeover— the pockets are ideal for holding markers, paint brushes, pencils and other creative what-not.
Build a plywood cabinet, or modify an existing bookshelf, to keep sports equipment corralled. Bungee cords serve to keep balls in their place, yet easily accessible. Skateboards can occupy a short shelf, while bins with small accessories like knee pads and shin guards, live on a larger shelf.
Bath Basket Storage
Hang a three-tiered, wire fruit basket on a shower rod to hold bath toys and accessories. They’re up and out of the way until you need them, and will quickly drip dry after use.
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