Are you looking for the best way to store kids’ books? Look no further! Here are some easy ideas for organizing children’s books, especially when you’re short on space.
Are kids’ books taking over your house? While it’s great to encourage a love of reading, it’s not so great to have books lying around all over the place. Stop them from piling up and check out these smart ideas for organizing kids’ books.
There are many ways to organize children’s books, but I think some of the best ways to store books in small spaces (like small bedrooms and nurseries) is with wall shelves/ledges and book crates/bins. In our daughter’s small bedroom, we turned a small wall into book storage with a few simple book ledges I found on Amazon. They look great and it’s nice to have all her books off the floor!
Check out the book storage ideas below and get inspired to organize!
Book ledges and small wall shelves are the best way to organize kids' books in a small space! They make great use of wall space and when books are on display you just might find your kids are more likely to read.
Small wall shelves really are a great way to organize kids' books, especially in a small bedroom or nursery. Check out these adorable blue shelves used to organize books and small toys.
Book Bins, Crates & Baskets
Another great way to organize kid's books is inside book crates, bins, or baskets. These are nice because little kids can easily reach inside and pull out books on their own. If you need an easy idea for storing children's board books, here's some inspiration!
I made this cute rolling book crate using a wooden crate from the thrift store. I painted it, added little wheels, and decorated it with vinyl cut using my Cricut machine. It's an adorable way to organize books!
I turned basic plastic bins from the dollar store into these adorable storage bins for our son's nursery. A little spray paint and vinyl decals resulted in cute storage for children's books, toys and baby items.
I added a couple of wooden crates to our son's nursery for book storage (under the bench in this photo). This is a super simple book organization idea and is nice because little kids can easily reach inside. Set a crate like this next to a rocking chair or your kids' bed (or even slide under their bed if it fits!).
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