Kids’ bedrooms: storage ideas
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Last Modified 9 October 2023 First Added 2 August 2022
We understand the daily demands of keeping kids’ bedrooms tidy – they tend to make mess after playtime, have lots of clothes due to their continuous growth spurts, and then there’s school paperwork to file away.
Are you looking for ideas on how to create more storage in your kids’ bedrooms? We’ve put together storage ideas so good, your little ones will actually enjoy keeping their room clutter-free.
What better way to tidy your children’s bedroom than with a bed that offers more than just a place to rest their heads?
Our Erin bunk bed offers built in shelves, plus there’s additional underbed drawer space available too. They can place their favourite bedtime stories on the shelves along with picture frames, cuddly toys and trinkets. The underbed drawer is ideal for storing away spare bed linen, pyjamas, and toys.
Our Wren Bunk Bed is so much more than a bed. Check out the built-in wardrobe and double drawers!
With ample space for two little sleepers, as well as a place to hang all their clothes, bedsheets and more, this spacious design is deceptively slimline, and super versatile to suit a range of spaces.
If your little ones love having friends to stay, this easily convertible bed has an integrated pull-out single to host friends or family.
The Kylie’s dual design gives you two beds in the space of one, meaning your kids can enjoy plenty of place to play or study between fun sleepovers. The interlinking design means you can keep the extra bed hidden away when it’s not being used to create a sweet day bed for your little one.
Awkward spaces like alcoves and corners can be transformed into useful storage areas by fitting custom shelves or cupboards. Once everything has a designated place in their bedroom, the mess will almost magically disappear.
Make tidying fun by creating a den where they can play, as well as keep their toys.
Our Playhouse Bed has a partially roofed cabin feel to keep your little one comfy and cosy. Constructed from solid pine wood, with an extra underbed drawer for storage or sleepovers, you can choose to keep the den area open, or you could drape with throws or blankets to create a secret hideaway.