Puzzles can get lost and disorganized very quickly. This blogger shows you a great way to jump on it early, by using plastic containers for each individual puzzle.
Simply cut out the picture on the lid and attach it to the front of each container. Visit source...
Gotta love the name of this project: “crap buckets.” In other words, brightly colored and clearly labeled buckets arranged along the stairs where parents can place all the things their kids leave around, and kids can then pick up their bucket and put everything where it belongs. Visit source...
Not necessarily toy storage, but still a necessary storage solution when you have kids around: papers.
This mom attached several clipboards to a wall in her home, and each one can be used to display important school information, calendars, etc. Much better than trying to stick them all to the fridge. Visit source...
Arts and Crafts Supplies Organizer
Art supplies! If you're not careful, they can take over your entire house. This blogger had the great idea to use an over-door shoe storage hanger as a way to keep all those markers, paints, colored pencils, and everything else in its own place. Visit source...
Hidden Storage and Train Table
A coffee table that converts into a train table, Lego table, playspace, etc. This is another great solution for families that need to blend playspace with living space.
No need for a separate room, just so long as you have a place to put the toys. Visit source...
Clear Toy Storage Bags
Sometimes, bags really are the easiest and most convenient way to store toys. This mom came up with a way to make clear bags with drawstring closures so that kids and parents can still see what's on the inside.
Sewing directions on the blog. Visit source...
The Matchbox Organizer
This hanging car display has plenty of room for your little ones favorite vehicles, and can easily be hung over the back of the door, or on a wall. Just a little bit of sewing required to make this super adorable addition. Visit source...
Magnetic Toy Storage with Pizza Pans
So many toys are magnetic, and it can be challenging finding a safe place for them to be stored.
This mom came up with the genius idea of simply attaching a few metal pizza pans to the wall, and letting her kids stick the magnets all over them. Amazingly easy! Visit source...
I am always so impressed by the clever and creative ways people are able to bring both order and fun to their kids' playrooms.
Hopefully, somewhere in and among these dozens of excellent ideas, you found something that will work for your home.
If something on this list inspired you, please be sure to tell me about it in the comments. I can't wait to hear about your next project.