When it comes to family game night, missing pieces and toppling boxes are no fun. Check out these 12 genius hacks to organize your board games and forget the clutter!
Headbands Game Board Hack
Board games come in so many different shapes and sizes, it’s hard to keep everything neatly stacked. It’s also near impossible to remove one without having it all topple over. A great hack is to use headbands to hold the boxes together. Now you can set them upright and not have to worry about any stragglers.
Index Card Holder Storage Hack
Card game boxes are usually the first to disintegrate. Rather than let them wither away and lose precious cards in the process, shop around for some cheap index card holders. Stick a label on them and they’ll be able to withstand the test of time.
Pan Rack Storage Hack
If you only own a few favorites, a pan rack may be the perfect way to organize them.
Closet Organizer Hack
A closet organizer is an excellent way to store board games in what is typically unused space.
Plastic Drawer Organizers
A plastic drawer is the perfect solution for storing anything from loose pieces to whole games.
Tin Cans and Custom Labels
Check your local dollar store for tin cans to store games like checkers and dominos. Attach custom labels for a chic way to showcase your games.
Raskog Cart Hack
Turn a versatile Raskog cart into a portable game cart. Attach fabric panels as a chic cover up.
Need more Raskog cart hacks in your life? Here are 10 more ideas!
Invest in Ziploc Bags
Ziplocs are friends. Use them so you won’t lose small game pieces.
Place Dice in Containers
Keep your eyes on the dice by placing them in clear containers. Shake the dice inside the container and never lose them under furniture ever again!
Use Desk Organizers to Store Game Pieces Inside Drawers
Drawers can be a haven for game storage, but they can easily become cluttered. An easy fix is to use desk drawers as separate compartments for the different game pieces. #easypeasy
Cubby Game Board Storage
Cubby storage is one of the best ways to organize a lot without looking crazy cluttered.
DIY a Rubik’s Cube Coffee Table to Store All Your Board Games
This organization hack is hands-on for sure, but it’ll look totally awesome in your living room. Plus, it’s a great out-of-the-way storage for all your board games.