7 Amazon Finds to Organize Your Kid’s Room

Emma Kate just had a birthday, and she obtained a lot more, well…stuff. We also got rid of some things, but it just seems to keep growing, yall! I was on the hunt for some great ways to organize her things, and I thought since I was having this issue, some other people may be having it as well, so I thought I would turn it into a post and share.

7 amazon finds to organize your kids room

Here are 7 Amazon finds to organize your kid’s room:

1.) Delta Children Deluxe Multi-Bin Toy Organizer with Storage Bins

Little things. Little people. Little Pieces. Little parts. They are everywhere and drive me bonkers. The idea of having bins we can take out and put back in is super appealing, and we can organize them in each bin. Plus it’s pretty compact and Emma Kate can help clean up with this one.
7 Amazon Finds to Organize Your Kid's Room

2.) ClosetMaid 1499 KidSpace Open Storage Locker, 49-Inch Height

I wish I had known about this in our first house that didn’t have a mud room! This would be perfect for a hallway, or even inside the closet for your kids to hang up their coats and bookbags when they come home. Plus, it’s super cute!

3.) Goldenvalueable Hanging Mesh Space Saver Bags Organizer 3 Compartments Toy Storage Basket for Kids Room organization mesh hanging bag 2 Pcs
Set , Pink and Purple

How fun are these? I like that you can see through them so you don’t have to try and remember what you put in each one! Would be fun for stuffed animals or dolls.

4.) Naomi Home Kids Toy Sling Book Rack, Primary Colors/Natural
I don’t know about you, but we are drowning in books. Emma Kate has a ton, and then I saved a bunch of mine from my childhood and we add them into the mix. I feel like when they are in stacks we end up reading the same ones over and over, but this would help us to see more of them at once.

5.) Bath Toy Organizer -The Original Tub Cubby – Large 14×20” Quick Dry Bathtub Mesh Net

EK is at this stage where she wants to put all her toys in the bathtub and have a “pool party” with them. Which is fine until it’s time to get out and then they are just all over the tub, some with sitting water in them, and that’s just not super sanitary. I love the idea of this net so they toys can drain, and also it’s a place to store soap and shampoo bottles.

6.) Weekly Dry Erase Board Calendar Stain Resistant Technology Magnetic Whiteboard Planner for Refrigerator

My child thrives on a schedule, so knowing what is going on the next day is important to her. She can’t read yet, but I think creating picture magnets and putting them on the days of the week would be a great way for us to all stay organized.

7.) Bean Bag Stuffed Animal Storage

Yall. I wish these were around when I was a kid. I had a million stuffed animals and it would have been great! Instead, we had real bean bag chairs, and they would get a hole in them and little white balls would spill all over the room, and then we had to patch them up repeatedly with duct tape. Ah, the good ole days. This is a great way to have a cute place to sit and keep all the furry friends out of sight. Love!

7 Amazon Finds to Organize Your Kid's Room

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5 Pinterest Crafts

Ok, show of hands, who loves Pinterest? Pretty sure almost everyone. next question, who pins tons of cool things and ideas, but then never actually does them? Um…guilty! I will be the first to admit I am not a crafty person. However, there are some seriously cute, cool, functional, and smart ideas on Pinterest I would be wise to take advantage of. Here are five that I really like and hope to try/implement/do in the near future.

1.)  Towel baskets: We don’t have a ton of shelf space in our master bathroom, so the towels are currently under the sink. I think this is a cute and cheap way to give us back our sink space and display our towels. Plus, it looks simple enough! I like these Rattique Baskets.



2.) Great gift idea! Put stick-on decals on a picture frame and remove the back of the frame.



3.) Nail Polish Keys: Paint nail polish on different keys so you know which is which.



4.) No Sew Curtains. Panel of fabric, curtain rod, curtain rings with clamps, easy!



5.) Pretty serving tray: glue a bowl, 2 plates and 2 candlestick holders together



Writing this post has totally got me into a crafty mood! I so envy those women with awesome craft blogs and home decorating/organizing blogs. I think I have a thing or two to learn!

On another note, so glad today is Friday. It has been a bit of a roller coaster week, so ready to relax with Bobby and catch up on some things here at the house. Have a great day everyone!

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QOTD: Have you ever created a Pinterest project? How did it turn out? Would love to see links to pins of your favorites or ones you want to try!