Friday, May 24, 2019

MHCT&M: Kid Bedroom Organizational Ideas

Hello everyone and happy Friday!

All month we've been sharing tips for kid's bedrooms. We've shared DIY beds, cute pillows to sew, fun book storage ideas and today, I am going to share organizational ideas to help keep those bedrooms tidy, well if your child uses these ideas properly to keep them tidy. ;)

Check out the great ideas and hopefully one of them will inspire you to reorganize your child's room.

(Inspiration Made Simple)
Have a Nerf gun lover in your house?
Build a Nerf Gun Peg Board to store all those guns in one place.

 (It's Always Autumn)
Does your child have a ton of stuffed animals like mine do? Check out this cute Hanging Stuff Animal Swing. I think I need to make this for both of my girls.

 (Polished Habit)
 Think outside the organizational box and use a over the door pantry organizer to store books.

 (Reality Daydream)
 Organization the closet so that every space has a purpose and label items so everything can be put back into their proper home.
(The Happy Housie)
 Have a Lego lover in your house?
Check out this Under the Bed Lego Rolling Cart to keep all those tiny piece organized but also within reach.

Under the bed is a space not always properly utilized and this Roll-Away Storage Closet is perfect for a small space or a space with a small closet.

 (Shades of Blue Interiors)
Here is another great ideas to help keep all those beloved stuff animals all in one space. Build a Stuffed Animal Corral that hooks over the end of the bed to help keep them all in one space but within reach when they just need a little snuggle buddy at night.

(Ana White Homemaker)
Does your child enjoy doing art but there just isn't room for a large art space?
Build a Flip Down Wall Art Desk that provides the tabletop but doesn't take up valuable floor space.

Check out this Magnetic Match Box Car Storage Solution idea. Perfect to keep all those little car visible.

There you have it!
Hopefully one of those ideas can work in your home. I see a few that I may have to make! :)

Be sure to come back next month with for all new tips and tricks.
Happy Memorial Day!

Your hostesses,
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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Handmade Hangout Party #255

NOTE: The website we use for our Handmade Hangout party, InLinkz, has updated their site. If you are sharing a link for the first time on their new system, you will be asked to sign in with a social media account like Facebook. They will not share your information or spam your friends and it is a one time log in then link sharing will be like it used to be in the future. Sorry for the inconvenience!

I haven't shared on the blog yet, which I have been totally meaning too, but we are moving AGAIN and my house is full of boxes yet again. The packers have been here since Tuesday and I am over it already, so I am definitely ready for a little fun at this week's Handmade Hangout Party. 
Share your great ideas below and visit a few ideas that catch your eye! 
Also, have a great Memorial Day weekend!! :) 

You can visit all of the hostesses at the links blow.

Allison from A Glimpse Inside

Becca from From Gardners to Bergers

Heather from Twin Dragonfly Designs

We have just a few easy rules:
1. Become a follower of the blog where you linked up. Or you can follow all of us and that would be awesome too!
2. Share our button or party link in your post or wherever you share your linky parties.

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3. Have fun!!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Click here to enter

Friday, May 17, 2019

MHCT&M: DIY Kids' Book Storage Ideas

Hello and Happy Friday, my friends! 
This month we are focusing on Kid Bedroom Ideas every Friday. So far we've shared DIY Kid Beds and Fun DIY Pillows for Kids. This week we are talking about DIY Kids' Book Storage ideas. If your kids are book lovers like mine, it's so necessary to have a good system set up for book storage. And let's just say...there are SO many ways of doing this inexpensively yourself.
  DIY Kids' Book Storage Ideas you'll love for your kids' bedrooms. 
Some of these kids book storage ideas I am sharing you need to build or make yourself, while others are items you may turn into book storage options. Of course, there is always the option to build a bookshelf, but you can also turn crates, baskets, and seasoning racks into book storage too. Use your imagination!
 DIY wall mount book shelf perfect for kids bedrooms.  
DIY Wall Mount Book Shelf
  DIY Wall Mounted Kids Bookselves  
DIY Wall Mounted Kids Bookshelves
  DIY book sling for kids books. 
DIY Book Sling
  DIY book bin for kids books  
DIY Book Bin
  Make bookshelves for kids using pallets. 
 DIY Pallet Bookshelves
  Ikea spice racks make great kids bookshelves. 
 Ikea Spice Rack Bookshelves
  DIY gutter book shelves for kids 
 DIY Gutter Shelves for Kids Books
  DIY Crate Bookcase for kids bedrooms.  
DIY Crate Bookcase 
 Build this kids bedside table with book storage. 
 DIY Kids Bedside Table with Book Storage 
 Hanging baskets are great for kids books. 
 Hanging Wall Baskets  
Aren't these book storage ideas so great for kids bedrooms?! 
 Which one do you think would fit best in your kid's bedroom? 
 Join me back here next Friday for more Must Have Tips for kids bedrooms!   
Your hostesses,
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