My boys bedroom is almost done. It’s a challenge to decorate and organize their bedroom/ playroom since it’s very small. I have been trying to use all the available space in a way that it’s easy for the kids to play. Most importantly I want it to be well-organized, safe and comfortable for them. Since, the bedroom is also their playroom. All their stuff gets to stay in there, i.e toys, books, clothes… I have been in search for simple ways to organize books. A storage solution that works for my toddler. And the books are beyond reach of my baby. So, I found these 30 best books storage solutions. And I am still unsure about which one to choose. There are so many great book organization ideas.
The best ways to organize books include bookcases, bookshelves and racks to store and display books. Whether it’s about buying an amazing books display. Or making a DIY books storage. Or repurposing and reusing crates, pallets, suitcases and old wood. You will find several creative ideas.
Let’s check these clever ways to organize books for kids:
Books Storage Solutions
30 Best ways to organize books
I have arranged these books storage solutions in the form of a list:
DIY ways to organize books
Ikea waste bins turned reading book baskets in the kid’s bedroom.
Clever idea to use chicken-wire baskets as book racks.
Basic spice racks become shelves for books in kid’s bedroom.
Use an old suitcase to organize books.
Books Storage Solutions with tutorials
Make behind the door floating bookshelves.
Storage solution for children’s books
This is a great idea. I love how the sides of a dresser are well utilized into organizing books!
Use some spice racks from ikea, to make this bookshelf.
Hutch turned book rack.
Build a wall mount bookshelf with spice racks
Repurposed kids bookshelf from flea market with paint
Sew these book slings with cloth and wooden dowels. Great idea!
Use gutters to organize books on the wall.
Bookcases, bookshelves and book racks to buy
A hanging book rack made with wire.
I love the sleek design of these bookshelves.
Kids Sling Bookshelf via amazon.
Book storage cart with wheels.
I love this book rack design and color. Such a wonderful piece of furniture to have in kids room/ playroom.
Available at landofnod
A cute bus-shaped book storage solution.
Another simple bookshelf.
Recycled pallet and crate books storage solutions
Cut a pallet to make these wonderful hanging bookshelves.
Reclaim old wooden crates for organizing books and more. Sand and apply a coat or two of wood stain. And they are newer than ever!
A hanging book rack made with wooden boards and rope.
Turn a wooden crate into a portable books storage with wheels.
Inspiring ideas to display books
Vintage library cart. A great thrift store find!
I love this idea of using two bookcases together for organization. The plus point about this idea is you can use these bookcases in various settings for different purposes around the house later on! Or if you are living in an apartment/ house. And you are planning to move. These can easily become a part of new space, no matter what design.
A very cool idea to use a drawer with legs as book rack.
Use a large bookcase to organize books, toys and more in kids room/ playroom.
I love the use of baskets to organize. Attach labels to them for ease of access.
The upper squares can be used to display kids toys or art.
Make a bookshelf with plywood in the shape of a house. Too cute!
I wish there was a tutorial to make it! But it seems like you can turn any bookcase into a house by just adding a roof on the top.
Just screw two plywood boards into a bookcase.
Looks like a bookcase made with wooden boards (as frame), dowels and bead board (for background texture).
Beautiful spine bookshelves can be found on amazon. But this one looks like it’s made out of wooden blocks screwed into a stud.
I love this idea of organizing books. You can keep them organized by categories and types! via Flickr
I also made these free book label printables. That you can also customize.
I am loving these ideas. I hope you had a good time getting inspired from these best ways to organize books.
Like always unknown sources are welcome in the comments. I will update and give credit where it is due, with pleasure!
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