IKEA’s kids’ collection is amazing. Everything’s extremely affordable and astonishingly chic. I could spend hours in IKEA, made possible by the fact that they have a kid’s play area. Thank god.
Furnishing a child’s room isn’t difficult, but the organization and storage is a different story. While IKEA furniture and products are great on its own, there are a few hacks to make them super multi-taskers. Here are 16 genius kid’s room IKEA organization hacks that’ll save you tons of space (and lots of money).
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SUNNERSTA Container Desk Organizer
Courtesy IKEA Hackers
Free up desk space while keeping stationary organized with this neat hack. While rounded BYGEL containers (pictured) are no longer available, IKEA’s SUNNERSTA containers will still do the trick!
Bathtub Toy Storage
Courtesy Blue i Style
This is an awesome way to organize bath toys and dry bath toys. Angela over at Blue i Style even has a DIY for how to make the labels!
KALLAX Window Bench
Courtesy Mommy Vignettes
Transform a basic KALLAX shelf into a window bench with storage. You’ll definitely want to make more than one.
LOSJÖN Wall Hangers
Courtesy IKEA Blog
If you’re looking to add additional storage space, but don’t want to take up floor space, consider using these colorful LOSJON IKEA hangers. They transform any wall into a stylish, fun hanger space in no time at all.
KUNGSFORS Magnetic Car Rack
Courtesy Keeping Up With the Souths
Organizing toy cars have never been so stylish. Superglue a small magnet to the undersides of toy cars for an easy DIY hack. FINTORP black magnetic knife bars are slightly cheaper than KUNGSFOR steel bars, but ultimately it’s all about the look you’re going for.
If you’re worried about the cars losing speed with a weighted magnet underneath them, try using velcro and a wooden stripboard. Be sure to use the thinnest velcro possible!
LACK Coffee Table Lego Table
Courtesy Centsational Style
Legos are loads of fun but can be extremely frustrating to sort through and pick up. This simple hack combines a LACK coffee table with 4 Target tubs for a tidy and functional lego desk. Isn’t it amazing how the 4 Target containers fit perfectly underneath?
RIBBA Frame Lego Display
Courtesy Frugal Fun 4 Boys
RIBBA frame looks like it was made for this. If your kids are big LEGO fans, this DIY is a great way to store their characters and also display them.
KOMPLEMENT Plush Hanger
Use IKEA’s KOMPLEMENT hanger to house toy plushies. It keeps plushies off the floor and doubles as lovely wall decor.
MOSSLANDA Ledge Book Shelves
Courtesy Daffodil Design
I think IKEA’s MOSSLANDA ledge frame holders are absolutely perfect for organizing children’s book. Mount them low for easy access or higher to preserve space.
BEKVAM Book Shelves
Courtesy Jani Photography
IKEA’s BEKVAM spice rack is another great way to house books. The extra railing helps to keep the books from falling off the shelf.
IKEA Bed Slat Wall Organizer
Courtesy Brit + Co
Repurpose one of IKEA’s wooden bed slat as a wall organizer. Colored baskets and hooks are a great way to add a pop of color to any bedroom.
KALLAX Toy Storage
Courtesy Just a Girl and Her Blog
Transform a KALLAX bookshelf into an organized toy space with a few canvas boxes.
BEKVAM Clothing Rack
Courtesy Piper + Poppies
At only $4, IKEA’s BEKVAM spice drawer is a total steal. Paint it and hang it upside down for a cute clothing rack and shelf.
RASKOG Rolling Diaper Caddy
Courtesy Style Me Pretty
Store diapers and all essential changing supplies in a RASKOG utility cart. This multi-purpose cart can be repurposed to hold homework supplies, books, and more!
FINTORP Baby Changing Station
Courtesy Busy Creating Memories
FINTORP kitchen collection will keep all your diapering essentials within reach and off the floor.
KALLAX Cubby and Reading Corner
Promote reading with two KALLAX 2 x 2 shelves. They make for a perfect reading corner and storage space.
Which hack is your favorite? Leave a comment down below!
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