The Best Storage Solutions From This Week's Top Family Posts

The Best Storage Solutions From This Week's Top Family Posts

Adrienne Breaux
Jan 12, 2014
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A goal this year to keep you and your kiddos a little more sane by keeping toys and kid stuff under control? The most popular family posts this week had to do with storage — and the solutions for tucking away clothes, stuffed animals, books, toys and more were creative and clever. And though designed for kids, these ideas could easily be borrowed for all ages!

This multi-step hanging ladder for stuffed animal storage looks neat yet fun. Posted alongside other great suggestions in 10 Clever Ways to Store Stuffed Animal Collections.

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Kids without closets need not worry about their clothes being carelessly strewn about; a lovely painted, hanging branch will do in place of a hanging rod anytime. Spotted along with no-closet solutions in Hang Ups: Storage Solutions for Kids Rooms Without a Closet.

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Kids won't be the only ones who love this soft, black and white, woven storage bin, as spotted along with 12 other great soft storage ideas in No Style Compromise: Grown Up Toy Storage.

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Never lose a puzzle piece again with the compartmentalizing ideas in 5 Smart Storage Solutions for Kids' Puzzles.

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Potentially the best toy-taming solution of all? Don't have as many toys. Consider the new traditions and organizing methods in Taming Toys: A Fresh Start for 2014.

Find all the great ideas from family posts year round here.

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