Kids Bedroom Storage Ideas for 2020
With the aftermath of Christmas and the remnants of misguided presents well and truly visible in every corner of the house, you might find yourself on the hunt for some clever storage solutions to contain the huge mountain of weird and mostly wonderful products that have chimney-entered your otherwise tidy home. Take it from me, it’s great to go all out with the festivities, but the post-christmas clutter hangover can be a long and laborious one. While the living room and kitchen are easy fixers, the kids bedroom is a whole nother beast. You can see why it’s occurred to me on more than one occasion to simply close the door to the kids bedrooms, raise the ‘gone to the pub’ flag outside and be done with it!
However, the problem of clutter still remains and I cannot stand it a second longer. So, with my own personal mission of new bedroom storage for the kids, what better way to inspire than to share my ideas (and the fabulous products on our site) on the blog?
An unquestionably essential component to any kids’ bedroom, toys are the bane of most parents’ lives when desperately trying to coerce the kids into cleaning their rooms. If you’re left wondering if dolls, action figures or dinosaurs have magically begun to multiply, it might be time for a toy box. The beauty of toy boxes is that they not only house all those little toy figures which are oh-so-easy to step on (ouch!) but they do look quite stylish too. A more portable version of the toy box is a Play & Go Toy Storage Bag. This ingenious toy bag can hold an enormous amount of toys and be easily transported between rooms.
If space is a key consideration for you, then might I suggest incorporating storage into the bedroom essentials? Kids beds with storage solutions built-in are a wonderful way to organise the chaos without taking up too much space. As a self proclaimed bed buying expert (one day I might actually be given this title by someone else! But until then…), I love a kids bed with storage and best of all, there are so many options to choose from! With children’s beds that feature pull out drawers and shelves to beds that have wardrobes, we have a huge range of kids bed with additional storage available on our lovely site www.cuckooland.com (plug over for now) to choose from. Take a peek.
Kids Bedside Tables
Not quite ready for a brand new kids bed? Perhaps a kids bedside table might do the trick. Far beyond providing a simple dwelling for a night light, kids’ bedside tables are available in a variety of styles and designs, making them perfect for all ages. From a simple single drawer structure to a larger version with multiple drawers, a bedside table can help keep bedrooms neat and clutter tidied away. With a fabulous range of colours and designs to choose from, we have bedside table ideas for every room.
Bedroom Furniture with Storage Features
Kids wardrobes and chests of drawers are staple bedroom necessities, essential for storing everything from clothes to more clothes. Thankfully, kids furniture designers are aware that bedroom furniture needs to be smart when it comes to the needs of children. So, as well as storing clothes, wardrobes and drawers do have features that can help with additional storage. Take for example the Metal Locker Style Locker Wardrobe by Be Pure Home. Not only does this ultra-cool wardrobe feature an area for clothes storage but it also has two additional drawers located in the bottom part of the wardrobe.
If you have a little bit of leeway with space, a kids’ desk is a great storage addition. Not only does it provide a place for homework and studious pursuits, but has the added extras of drawers and shelves too. An example of this is the wonderful Vox Stige Desk with Ladder. This beautiful little desk has can be customised to feature a drawer until and shelves to really take on the newly acquired stationery gifts from Christmas.
Right, my head is now swimming with storage ideas and I think it’s time to tackle the clutter. I do hope this has provided some much-needed inspiration for sorting out the kids’ bedroom and making 2020 the year of a clutter-free home (or at least a slightly tidier one).