109 Stuffed Animal Storage Ideas that Will Make Your Life Easier!

By Niv Orlian Feb 20, 20

Part 2

#60 Canopy Storage

This ceiling mounted childrens bedroom storage idea does double duty as a bed canopy and as stuffed animal storage. Now your child's cuddly friends can watch over them as they sleep. Visit source...

Source: etsy.com

#61 Animal Castle

A thematic take on the stuffed animal zoo, this design turns the wooden structure into a fairytale castle. How sweet! Visit source...

Source: etsy.com

#62 Repurposed Canvas Tote Bags

Canvas bags are durable, sturdy, and hold their shape really well when mounted on a wall or door. Check out this clever take on storage. Visit source...

#63 Embroidery Hoop Bags

This blogger took canvas bags, mounted them on embroidery hoops, and hung them in a closet. The simplicity is genius, and the room stays organized. Visit source...

#64 Reimagined Hanging Baskets

Metal garden baskets are snipped and mounted to a sturdy wood frame to create five or six individual storage bins. A unique, practical, and earth-friendly idea. Visit source...

#65 DIY Rolling Toybox

 love furniture which can be easily moved. I especially love it if that furniture doubles as an adorable storage space. Visit source...

#66 PVC Pipe Storage

This idea is perfect for storing smaller stuffed toys that always tend to get lost. By creating a "beehive" of PVC pipe, you keep them organized, and displayed. Visit source...

#67 Zip Up Storage Cushion

This is another ready-made option. A large bag with a big zipper closure which doubles as a comfortable cushion. This can make cleaning up fun for kids! Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#68 Bedside Storage Bag

This solution works equally well for twin beds, toddler beds, loft beds, bunk beds, etc. Attach a storage sack onto the footboard of any bed, and it keeps stuffed animals close by. Visit source...

#69 Stuffed Animal Recliner

You've seen the chair, you've seen the pillow, now meet the stuffed animal recliner. If your child has lots of stuffed animals, this may be the solution for you. Visit source...

#70 Etsy Creations

I love finding Etsy sellers who can customize orders to match your decor. Here's a seller who makes zoos in a variety of different wood stains and colors. Visit source...

Source: etsy.com

#71 Toy Tamer Bags

Square, see-through bags with big easy zippers. These make great storage bags which kids can easily access, and best of all? They slide right under a bed! Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#72 Toy Chain

Talk about a space saver! This is a single plastic chain which hangs from the ceiling, and stuffed animals are attached to various links with clips. No floor space needed! Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#73 Popup Hampers

Thin, light, flexible, and in the shape of adorable characters, these hampers make a cute and colorful addition to any room, while also helping keep it neat and clean. Visit source...

Source: wayfair.com

#74 DIY Fabric Basket

This step-by-step guide will take you through the process of making your very own fabric storage bin for stuffed animals. Visit source...

#75 DIY Custom Toy Storage Shelving

For those who have some skill with carpentry, this site offers plans for building your own shelving unit with separate storage bins. Customizable and smart! Visit source...

#76 Toy Shopping Cart

How Cute is this? A little wooden shopping cart with a fabric bin is a toy itself but also acts as extra storage space for stuffed animals. Visit source...

#77 Pet Hotel

This idea brings together a wooden frame, and individual circular "cells" were each toy can be displayed in its own space. It's like a cute little hotel! Visit source...

#78 Net Hammock

This Etsy seller is creating classic net hammocks which help keep toys up off the floor, but also within the safe and easy reach. I love how these hammocks work in any room. Visit source...

Source: etsy.com

#79 Wicker Hampers

Easy, and classic. I love the use of differently sized hampers to add some decorative interest while also increasing storage space. Visit source...

#80 Custom Cabinets

Again, this could be one of the pricier options, or certainly one of the more involved DIY projects, but if you are looking to increase storage as part of a renovation, this is a brilliant idea. Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#81 Custom Built-ins

I love how this example shows a great use of space in a room with a sharply slanted ceiling. Typically that would be a huge design challenge, but not here! Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#82 Window Seat Storage

If your child is fortunate enough to have a window seat in their bedroom, that makes the perfect storage spot for a few special stuffed animals. Nothing like snuggling in the sun with your favorite teddy bear. Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#83 Toy House Shelving

The motif of this shelving construction seems to be that of a giant dollhouse. I also love the use of wicker baskets to keep stuffed animals contained, but still on display. Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#84 Window Seat with Shelving

Another example of a window seat being used as a resting place for stuffed animals. This example also shows shelving built in around the window seat to maximize storage. Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#85 Under Crib Storage

True, cribs are not as big as the beds they will eventually grow into, but I love how this family has taken advantage of the space under the crib to store stuffed animals. Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#86 Inverted Umbrella

Love this! By securing an inverted umbrella to a hook in the ceiling, the "bowl" of the umbrella can be filled up with stuffed animals. Bonus points if you can find a clear umbrella! Visit source...

Source: houzz.com

#87 Wall Mounted Wooden Baskets

This is another example of creative wall mountings. Each basket displays an individual toy, acting as both storage and whimsical decor. Visit source...

Source: aabakc.org

#88 Cardboard Treasure Chest

Thrifty, useful, and totally cute. This site takes you through a step-by-step guide for turning a regular cardboard box into a treasure chest for stuffed animals. Visit source...

#89 Extra Large Cushion Chair

This is another ready-made take on the stuffed animal beanbag chair. This one is appropriate for kids with lots and LOTS of animals to store. Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#90 Five-Tier Organizer

What I love best about these ready-made toy organizer idea is their versatility. Hang them from the ceiling, in a closet, or even over a door. The bottom line is, they make for great stuffed animal storage. Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#91 Readymade Zoo

Here's a version of the super cute stuffed animal zoo available on Amazon. As much as I love DIY, I also love keeping my weekends free. This strikes a good balance! Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#92 Swoop Bag

This wide mouth drawstring bag is both a storage container and a playmat. This can help keep the mess contained before it has a chance to get out of control. Kids keep their toys on the mat, then simply pull the drawstring when they're done playing. Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#93 Stackable Storage Caddy

I love these because they can grow as your storage needs grow. These storage bins are designed to stack, meaning as your child accumulates more toys over the years, you can easily make more space. Visit source...

Source: walmart.com

#94 Primary Color Organizer Bins

Seen these in your child's kindergarten class? There's a reason they are so popular: they work, and they make cleanup easy. Visit source...

Source: amazon.com

#95 Art Box Toy Box

In case you haven't noticed, I love multi-use furniture. This is a pretty traditional toy box, except for the fact that it doubles as an art studio. Good for storage and activities! Visit source...

Source: walmart.com

#96 Cityscape Toy Box

This toy box is also a toy itself. It can act as a backdrop for pretend play, or it can become a cozy home for your stuffed animals. Full DIY directions at the link. Visit source...

#97 Under Bed Toy Box on Wheels

This instructional will teach you how to turn an IKEA storage shelf into a rolling under bed toy box. Absolutely brilliant! Visit source...

#98 DIY Woden Toy Crates

This tutorial will walk you through how to make wooden toy storage crates on wheels. I love the different styles they show here. Visit source...

#99 Ferris Wheel Storage

'm speechless! This decorator created a moving ferris wheel, where each of the "seats" holds a group of stuffed animals. How could a kid ever complain about cleaning up now? Visit source...

Source: homedit.com

#100 Vintage Style Wire Bins

Crate & Barrel always offers such adorable and unique finds. I love the rustic, shabby chic look of these clever toy storage bins. Visit source...

#101 Alphanumeric Storage Bins

More finds from Crate & Barrel, these ABC bins work wonderfully in a child's room (or anywhere in your home, really)! Visit source...

#102 Woven Cat Basket

A cute take on the traditional wicker basket. This one is shaped like a little kitty cat. Very thematic, and perfect for a child's room. Visit source...

#103 Striped Cube Bins

These striped fabric bins are collapsible, repositionable, and work great in the ever-changing environment of the average child's room. Visit source...

#104 Forest-themed Cube Bins

If your little one has lots of outdoorsy toys, or a forest-themed room, these storage bins will add some cute décor, and some much-needed storage! Visit source...

#105 Wooden Storage Bin Furniture

For a more distinguished, but still very practical look, check out these at dark, lacquered, wooden storage bins. Nice and easy for kids to reach (just make sure you always secure furniture to the wall). Visit source...

#106 Wicker Toy Chest

Wicker baskets have been used as storage for decades, if not centuries, and for good reason. I love how this one can be personalized, and the liner helps ensure that no stuffed animals get snagged on the interior. Visit source...

#107 Open Top Toy Bin

Appropriately called the toy dump (haha!) This open top design allows for easy access, easy storage, and easy cleanup. Visit source...

#108 Cotton Rope Storage Bins

Classic and elegant, these durable storage bins add a touch of sophistication to your child's room. Nice enough to be Pinterest worthy, sturdy enough to stand up to a toddler! Visit source...

#109 Easy to Open Sliding Bins

Make sure everything is easily accessible by storing frequently used toys on bottom shelves and in easy-to-open bins like these sliding bins. Visit source...

Can't you just see a cleaner and more organized space in your future now? Which of these storage ideas is your favorite? Be sure to tell me in the comments. I can't wait to hear what you're planning!  

Written by Niv Orlian