Contain kid clutter
41. DIY hanging storage
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Embroidery hoops along with fabric mounted on a hanging system make this toy storage easily accessible for little ones.
42. Stuffed-animal swing
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This inexpensive hanging toy storage puts your kiddo’s favorite toys on display and can be built in an hour or two.
43. Toy car display
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Yet another creative way to use Ikea magnetic knife holders is to store toy cars.
44. DIY household containers
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These DIY storage containers we spotted on Design Mom are a great project to do with your kids (and hopefully it will help encourage them to organize their stuff).
45. Baby accessories holder
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An old frame, ribbon and hooks keep baby’s hair bows, ribbons and hats neatly organized.
46. Organize hair bows
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A canvas with hanging ribbons holds hair bows.
47. Hair-tie holder
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If you have girls in your house, you’ll love this idea of using carabiners to organize hair ties.
48. Diaper organization
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Drawer organizers can help keep diaper gear organized in the dresser.
49. Chalk storage
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Chalkboard walls are all the rage in kid spaces these days, and upside-down drawer pulls keep chalk pieces contained.
50. Keep-it-clean baskets
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Take a cue from this busy mom of two and use baskets at the end of the staircase to toss in miscellaneous clutter that accumulates in the main living space.