A tub, school supplies organizer and a clothes divider for kids.
Colin Peterson

So Many Options

When it's time to clean up your kid's room or playroom, the storage options are endless.

The key to organization is using products that are colorful, easy to clean, and small enough for the children to help, yet large enough to get the job done.

Check out our four favorite solutions for four main problems when it comes to clearing kids' clutter.


A plastic tub that can be used to store toys, books, and supplies.
Colin Peterson

Tubs of Fun

Problem: Having toys and games scattered all around the house.
Solution: The World's Most Useful Tub, available at Tubtrugs.com.

This container really lives up to its name! Besides holding tons of toys, it can be used as a laundry basket, dust pan, and even a beach bag. And because it comes in many bright colors and sizes, you can choose the tub that best suits your home and your needs.


A clothing organizer that separates clothes by day.
Colin Peterson

Kids and Their Clothes

Problem: Spending too much time getting ready for school
Solution: Big Kids Weekly Closet Organizer, available at Whitney-Design.com.

What a great way to teach children colors, words, and how to dress themselves. With compartments for each day, the little ones can help you pick their clothes out for the week. And this organizer easily hangs in the closet and takes up minimal space.


A bucket with many compartments for storage.
Colin Peterson

Stuff Your Stuff

Problem: Keeping up with lots of little arts and crafts knickknacks
Solution: Stuff Bucket, available at NeatNix.com.

Because the Stuff Bucket comes in various sizes and colors, is very light, and has handle, both the prince and princess in the house will be happy. Little kids can use it for crayons, paper, and paints, while big kids can fill it with toiletries and tote it off to college.


A few baskets for desk organization.
Colin Peterson

Hit the Books

Problem: Losing small supplies and forms from school
Solution: Stacking Baskets, available at Storage Solutions

Your home office has been waiting for these. Use the small baskets separately, or stack them in smaller spaces. Try adding a labels to the baskets for each child or each task, and you'll never be scrambling for field trip forms or pens and pencils again.


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