7 Fun & Funky Storage Options for Kids

broccoli storage

If you are a parent, then you know just how important it is for everything to have a place. From clothes and toys to books and art supplies, my girls’ stuff is everywhere. Out of my own frustration with finding these things all over the house, I’ve been searching for some stylish storage options for my littles. Looking for things that are affordable, functional, and fun, here’s what I found…

These two gems from Ikea are so fun. This broccoli hanging storage bag would be perfect in the closet for shoes or in the bathroom for toiletries and hair accessories. This cart, (which is really intended for the kitchen!) would make an excellent art cart, don’t you think?

Next up are some super fun bins and baskets. I love the fun colors of these stackable wire baskets from Urban Outfitters. This would be great for clothes, toys, etc. These fun metal trash cans are an inexpensive option for storing sporting equipment. I love the turquoise one! And of course, the canvas animal bins from 3 Sprouts are adorable. I love this little bear…

Lastly are these great 9-compartment storage options. First is this industrial wire shelf. Great for toys, books, school supplies, etc. And I’m loving this numbered canvas pocket wall hanging¬†from the Land of Nod. Perfect for those tiny treasures that never have a spot!!


Lacy is a wife, mom, teacher, and dreamer, determined to live a BIG life in a simple way. She writes at Living on Love where she shares inspiration for doing just that. From great recipes and fun projects to adventures in the outdoors and experiences in parenting, Lacy believes in living a meaningful life on a daily basis. You can also find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.


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