Wall storage allows to deliberate some floor space and you automatically make the room bigger. This is especially actual when you are decorating a nursery or a kids’ room, which is often small. What are the ideas to apply to a kids’ space?
Any ledges will do for storing books! Find the ledges you like and attach them to the walls in the reading nook or wherever you like, then just place books and magazines there. Open shelving is another idea to hold books and albums, make or buy the ones you like and hang them where you want. IKEA spice racks can become comfy book storage items.
Toys can be stored in lots of various ways depending on the type of toys. Crates or baskets attached to the wall are the most popular pieces for storing toys of all kinds, you can find them in dollar stores or just attach cubbies and baskets you have to the walls.
If the toys are metal ones, a magnet holder is right what you need; IKEA ledges can be easily turned into LEGO holders.
I totally love the idea of house-shaped and bird-house shaped shelves painted with some pastel colors inside. Such shelves act not only as shelves but also as play houses. You can also attach crates to the walls to make them double as play houses.
Need more original ideas? Make wood branch shelves or fabric pockets for toys yourself, so easy and so creative!