Staying organized is something that I love. With three little ones, my house doesn’t always look super clean, but I feel amazing when my house is well-organized. Since moving into our home, our toy room has been a mess. We are very blessed to have a huge room in the basement for all the toys, but I didn’t have a great way of organizing it all. Last week, I finally got it all organized! Today, I’m sharing how it turned out as well as a printable for our toy bin labels.
I don’t know about you, but over the years we’ve accumulated too many toys! Between birthdays, holidays, & garage sales. we have plenty. And I wonder why my kids still want more toys! 🙂
I sorted through the toys and separated them into plastic bins (from Walmart). I then made some labels and added them to the bin. This has helped tremendously when it’s time to clean up toys. My kids know exactly where each toy goes because they can look at the label!
Here’s a look at some of the spaces in our toy room…
I made this PLAY sign several months ago. I just took four 16×20 canvases and painted them with acrylic paint.
In big plastic bins, I organized large trucks, bigger balls, costumes & stuffed animals.
The kids love the grocery store!
Here is our chalk wall. I have a small basket of chalk on the floor. That will be moved once baby is mobile!
We also have a cozy book corner. To decorate the wall, I took book sleeves from hardcover books and placed them in frames. Then I just added command strips to the back of the frames and stuck them on the wall. Simple! The READ sign was made from letter cards from Hobby Lobby and a frame.
We have lots of books at our house. Here are just a few of them. In the red organizer, I have fun picture books and nonfiction magazines. In the red baskets are baby books. In the wicker basket off to the side other kid books.
And there is our play room! Hope you enjoyed the tour! It’s nothing glamorous, but it’s helped us stay organized.
If you are looking to organize your play room, you may want to download the toy labels I created. Here are a couple sample pages.
I’m so excited to share these toy bin labels with you. And now they are EDITABLE so you can make whatever label name and picture you need. Click on the link below to download your copy! (There are directions included in the PDF. You will need to download a free font if you want to match the other labels.)
Here are links to some of the toys in our playroom: (some links are affiliate links and some products I couldn’t find anywhere)
Let me know if you have questions! Happy Organizing!