Wall Organization Ideas For Kids


Your house has a secret organization weapon that is frequently overlooked: WALL SPACE. It’s time to start looking at your walls and thinking about what you can get up off your floor or off of your counters. Ask yourself these questions:

What problem area do I want to solve?

Can I put it on the wall?

How do I make it something I want to use?

Organized doesn’t have to mean utilitarian plastic bins or boring white boards unless you want it to mean those things!

How about a decorative chore chart in a lovely wood frame?

Rustic wood organization station

Can the clutter with this cute wall-mounted art supply station.

What kid wouldn’t love their own mailbox?

Use cookie sheets and magnets to make an easy-to-use chore chart.

There is no pain quite like the pain of stepping on a Lego or action figure. Help your little one clean up the mess with a clear shoe holder on the back of a door. That way he’ll be able to find exactly the toy he is looking for and the pieces stay up off the ground.

Built-ins offer an amazing amount of storage and utilizes the entire wall space.

kids room wall organization

Keep clutter off of desks by using a hutch or installing shelves within reach. I really like the look of the little wall cubbies!


 
Posted on January 9, 2013
 
Categories: kids room ideas, organization/storage, room decor

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  1. Dianne says:
    January 9, 2013

    Love these ideas…especially chore magnets…Kids LOVE anything magnetic. We also use magnetic hooks purchased from Walmart to hang school lanyards, keys, etc.

    Thanks for sharing…

  2. Fleur D says:
    January 10, 2013

    These are really cool and creative chore lists. I love your ideas.

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  4. Mom2KJ30 says:
    January 20, 2013

    I really want the DIY for the chalkboard! I must be blind because I do not see it! =(

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