DIY: Kids Room Shelving


 

DIY kids room shelving splash of color

 Shelves are so easily overlooked in a kids room. There are many possibilities to add some style and spice to a room with unique shelves. We’ve rounded up a few DIY kids room shelving ideas that are just exceptional. The shelf above contrasts so well with the white walls of a room. The back of the cubbies are lined with different colored fabrics or paper for a brilliant splash of color.

DIY kids room shelving made of skateboards

 For a boys room you can make these skateboard shelves. Put some decorations on them that represent what your kid likes and you have some great room decor.

 

DIY kids room shelving made of skateboards

 It looks like you just use some shelving supports under the skateboard, its as easy as that!

 

DIY kids room shelving Dr. Seuss inspired

A mom made these Dr. Seuss inspired bookshelves for her little daughter.

DIY kids room shelving Dr. Seuss inspired

 The grey shelves make the colorful banner across the top pop so much more. Here is a post from our site of a room for little explorers that has some really creative ideas for bookshelves as well.

 

DIY kids room shelving made of shipping pallets

 Here is a project for dad (or mom with some good skills). Go get some wooden shipping pallets from really any local store (usually you can get them for free). Arrange the pallets into a collage of shelves and even a little desk for your kids as shown.

DIY kids room shelving Super Mario inspired

 If your kids love video games I’d be willing to bet they would love some Super Mario shelves. the tree painted in the background of the shelves is a great idea to bring all the different pieces together. Also take a look at the side table that looks like one of the pipes from the video game.

 

DIY kids room shelving made with ribbon

These hanging wall shelves are cheap and quick to make. All you need is some ribbon, metal hoops, and some boards for shelves. Just a little bit of sewing and you can hang these simple shelves up for your kids stuffed animals. Finding ribbon that will match the theme of the room could be just the right feel for the room.

DIY kids room shelving made of drawers

 These shelves are made out of drawers also lined with different patterned and colored paper. Hanging up these drawer shelves in an asymmetrical order really showcases the room decor. Also look at our post for Unique Shelving Options for some more ideas.

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Posted on April 7, 2013
 
Categories: creative ideas, diy projects, diy tutorials & creative ideas, kids room ideas, organization/storage, room decor, stylish kid's rooms

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  1. Carla says:
    April 16, 2013

    Wow some of those shelves I really liked. Wish I had some in my daughters room. Then when she moves her stuff out I’d have another spot for sewing and quilting stuff. LOL

  2. JustMe says:
    October 19, 2013

    I love the Mario shelf idea! That is going to be a fun project for me! Can’t wait to start…right after I do my map dresser for my older son. Oh, and I learned how to make chalkboard paint using non-sanded grout…so yeah, I’m pretty much excited to do lots of remodeling in all the kids’ rooms using lots of chalk paint!

    Oh, and Sorry, Carla, but they never move out…ever!!!!! lol Just kidding. I’m so glad my oldest son stayed as long as he did (till he was 21, he’s now 22). I loved him being here, and now I miss him. It’s really strange to see his younger brother in his room :( I have 6 more to go, (16, 10, 10, 3, 1, and 2 months). I think it’s safe to say that at 41 years old, I’ll be fully retired by the time they all do move out! ;)

    • Toni - Design Dazzle says:
      October 22, 2013

      Enjoy all your projects. Sounds fun!! You’ve got a house full and probably lots of upcoming projects to keep you busy!
      Toni

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