As we’ve mentioned previously, there are so many DIY projects you can undertake for your children’s bedroom.
Along with being a fun activity to do with them, DIY projects are also a great way to spend quality time with your children while nurturing their imagination with projects that develop important skills.
To inspire your next family DIY project, here are some fun storage ideas suited for your child’s room.
Using space under the bed for storage is always useful, especially when it comes to children’s rooms.
Do you struggle with finding space to store all your children’s toys and miscellaneous items? If so, these storage units should be your next DIY project.
Think about making your rollable storage units, start by gathering a bunch of old baskets you have around the house. Another option is using any old clothing drawers you might have.
The next step is to attach wheels to the bottom of your chosen storage unit. This will make it easy to pull out quickly from under the bed when you need to access that toy bears your child’s needs before bed. Here’s a simple, step by step guide to follow.
If you don’t feel like making storage, think about investing in bed frames with storage.
DIY Wall Storage
Adding storage units to walls is a great way to save space and add a fun feel to your child’s room. They are also ideal for storing shoes and books that would normally be left in a mess on the floor.
If you are making the wall shelves from scratch, this is probably not an activity to involve the children in.
However, the great idea is to find old crates and wooden boxes to use instead. You can re-paint them and let the children decorate them in any way they desire. Once they’ve finished, you can mount the shelves on the walls yourself.
They are functional while adding a splash of color and charm to your child’s room. A bonus is that you will save all that money by not investing in brand new shelving units.
Old wallpaper is a fantastic decorating material to use in children’s rooms. You can use it to decorate wall shelves, old clothing wardrobes, or any furniture that needs to be brought back to life.
All that’s needed is old wallpaper, scissors, and glue making it a fun and manageable DIY activity to do with your children.
Something I enjoyed making in craft class at school was woven baskets. We used materials like straw, twigs, and any other natural materials we could find.
We typically made this basket around Easter time as it acts as a fun egg holder.
However, to make a woven basket that is perfect year-round, here is a beautiful example of a DIY fabric bowl you can make with your children.
Labeling clothing drawers with the days of the week and Lego or toy boxes by color is a quick and easy way to organize your storage.
Get your kids involved by letting them draw creative labels for all the drawers. Another idea is to cut out fabric letters and get your children to decorate them with glitter. After all, children love to play with a bit of glitter.
Hanging Bedside Organiser
Having some extra storage space right next to your child’s bed is always useful. This way, their favorite toys, and books are still within easy reach.
Go out and grab some fabric or quilt and get creative with the kids. Let them select the different fabrics, and you do the stitching for them. It’s the perfect Sunday afternoon activity!
We hope these six DIY bedroom storage tips will help you declutter your kid’s room and be a bit of fun the whole family can enjoy. Find 24 more great DIY bedroom storage ideas here for your next DIY project idea.