Namaste Friends,

Since starting this blog less then 3 months ago, I was not sure what was going to come of it but honestly, I have already met some amazing women. The part of social media that I absolutely love. One of the requests that I’ve gotten in that short time frame was how I designed my playroom(mind you, it’s still work in progress) and tips and tricks I may have. Well, let’s get right to it..

When we bought our house, we knew we were not going to be get a separate play area or a room. Any of the models above ours provided that but it was too big of square footage for me(bigger house doesn’t always mean better ;). I knew going in that we would make our formal dining room our play space. The one thing I wanted to make sure was that as long as it wasn’t right as you entered the house, it would be ok. Many of you mommas, may only have a toy corner and that is ok. You can make it functional and cute all at the same time. Today, I’m going to discuss the storage I have and some of my other storage favs for you guys.

This one specifically is from Crate& Kids and the price is steep, however I’ve linked cheaper and very similar options below. The one I got was from Land of Nod before my son was even born. And they no longer carry it.

2-in- 1 White 3-Cube Organizer


Other options of similar storage unit:

Better Homes & Garden Organizers


Better Homes & Garden 4 Cube Organizer:


The cute animal storage organizers I bought are from amazon linked below:

Set of 3 Foldable Fabric Basket Bin

On one side of the wall I have the below storage in white, but Wayfair also has different colors. They are sold individually and are so cute when stacked side by side. I have mine stacked 4 in a row. It basically covers 70% of the wall and all of their toys can nicely be organized.

White Toy Organizers

These are the only two types of storage I have in our play room. I have a reading corner, a easel, a toy kitchen and a table and chair set. All of which I will discuss in future posts. But below are other storage units that I love and linked:

For smaller playrooms, I love this cute all in one storage unit:

Zoomie Kids Nettles Toy Organizers


Harriet Bee Everton Kids Storage:


If you’re looking for one that can be functional and very easy on the eyes, the below is beautiful, you can add some storage baskets inside:

Carson 6 Bin Organizer


Hope you got some storage inspo here today! Have an amazing weekend and stay tuned for the next blog post on the playroom.

Until next time..



One thought on “Kids Playroom Series: Part I (Storage)

  1. great options! does it look overwhelming when you have the white ones lined up on your wall since they are open faced? i’m trying to imagine it since i too use the dining area as a toy space and it’s an eyesore right now for us lol. HELP!

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