If you’re looking for kids organization ideas, you’re in the right place! I love repurposed furniture projects and making old things new again for kids is especially fun.
You may need a little patience, but these repurposed furniture projects to keep kids organized are well written picture tutorials explaining every step. I hope you find something that inspires you to pick up some tools and make something special for your little one this weekend.
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Kids Organization Ideas | Toys
With the safety recalls on cribs, you can find great deals or even scoop them up off the side of the road. The color of this toy box bench would blend with any neutral décor, perfect for girls and boys.
This fun padded seat ABC toy box was made out of reclaimed cabinet doors. The bright colored lettering and paint makes this perfect for any small child. The addition of a place to sit, maybe by a window is an added bonus!
A small bunk bed was used to make this toy box bench for toddler girls and boys. This white toy box would be perfect at the end of the bed, or in front of a window to help keep kids organized.
A safety hinge is a must for all toy boxes.
Any parent who has Lego fans in the house knows how there never seems to be enough places to hide away the fun building blocks. This Lego table was made from part of a dresser. The roll around drawer/seats offer roomy storage for organizing as well. The kids won't have a reason to NOT pick up all those blocks!
Organize Kids Art Supplies
A small armoire was turned into a children’s art center. When not in use, the art center hides away behind the doors.
With the doors open voila! Lots of storage space to organize random art supplies. The art table folds up and out of the way.
New or reclaimed lumber is handy to make fun roomy wooden diy storage crates for toys and more. The rope handles are a fun and helpful addition to the design.
Why did it take so long to do this project? Stay organized in the bathroom with this towel rack using repurposed curtain tie backs to hold the towels.
Bedroom Organizing Ideas
A reclaimed spice rack for atop a girls dresser to hold her trinkets and treasures. But, hanging the jewelry organizer on the wall is also a good option.
Stay organized with this free under the bed storage for the kids—made from reclaimed drawers. You won't believe you've waited so long to do this project.
To add organization to a child’s room, this former headboard is great for knick knacks, small toys and books. Why did it take so long for me to figure this out?
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Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.