10 DIY and Recycling Ideas for Kids Room Storage

DIY and recycle are two of my favorite words. Projects which involve recycled materials and are do-it-yourself always attract me towards them. I can’t stress enough about thinking of storage ideas while finalizing a kids room design because believe me, a kids room attracts a lot of clutter. There are a ton of cool ideas and amazing products for kids storage in their room but the only downfall is that it can be quite expensive to create storage. But if you are a little creative and farsighted you can create a lot of storage options from recycled materials.

When reader and mom Poornima Kulkarni sent me this picture of a carpenter’s table turned library for her daughter, I was floored.

Poornima says

“It was a normal plywood carpenter table. During interior decoration this was used by the carpenters to climb and reach higher.

I got it painted in green and arranged the toys and books. It is very useful and the table is just the right height so that my daughter can reach it easily and read any book she wants / play with any toy from it.”

Unfortunately there is no before picture so just imagine any old carpenter’s table which was transformed into this. Amazing isn’t it?

Here are a few more DIY and Recycling storage ideas for Kids Room

Wooden Slat door converted to a bookshelf from Something to do Jamie

A shipping crate transformed into a toy chest from Little Pink Monster

Spice Shelves used as book storage from Domestic Simplicity

Plastic containers spray painted as storage boxes from In third grade and frazzled

Unwanted paper bits and cardboard box makes this handy storage box from Babble Fish

Spray painted toy figurines glued to jars from House to Home

An empty DVD case converted to coloring case from Stacy Vaughn

Stuff toys made into a bean bag from Pink and green mama

Frame and ribbon make for a cute hair clip organizer from babble

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