Looking for great toy storage ideas for boy toys? This collection of creative solutions for how to store boy toys will give you awesome ideas and inspiration.
Cars, trucks, Legos, books, games and more find new homes with unique and creative ways to corral them for better organization.
From bookcases to boxes and from bags to bins you’ll find just the perfect ideas to work for your home and kids.
You’ll even find fun and unique ways to identify and label toy containers. Get ready to gather up those scattered toys and put them in their newly organized spaces!
20 Organization Ideas For Boys Toys
This large DIY play table with storage is perfect for boys who like to construct train tracks, vehicular toys or even Lego buildings. Two large storage bins are conveniently located below the table to house all the toys after playtime.
Play Table With Storage Bins by Jaime Costiglio
This adorable matchbox car organizer is a DIY sewing project with a highway theme to match its contents. Your boys will love this and more importantly, they will use it!
Matchbox Organizer by Pick Up Some Creativity
You can create as many of the awesome rolling drawer boxes as you need with this project; they’re that simple! Purchase or make a drawer box, paint it, add rolling wheels to the bottom of it, add handles, and you have a storage box on wheels that can easily slide under a bed for out of sight storage.
Rolling Toy Storage by Liz On Call
You kids will love this real truck grill that is repurposed as a toy car organizer, complete with headlights that really work! This will take a little bit of electrical tinkering, but the instructions are right here so you can have this awesome display up and delighting your kids with their new toy car storage “truck.”
Light Up Wall Truck Grill Organizer by Arts And Crackers
Housing your toy car collection has never been easier than with a multi-drawer plastic drawer cabinet. This will give you visual accountability for your collection and is a great “parking garage” for the cars.
Disney Cars Diecast “Parking Garage by Listen To Lena
Use bins and baskets for toy organization and then label them with pictures rather than words. A cricut maker is helpful with this project and the kids can help choose the designs. too.
Easy Toy Organization by Love Create Celebrate
Here’s a great way to store your kids books so that they can actually see the front covers of the books. Since this takes up a bit of wall space the book covers act as artwork for the wall. Win-win!
Forward Facing Bookshelves by Tried And True Blog
Here’s a great idea for a play mat that serves as a bag for the toys, as well. It’s a DIY project that’s easy to make with a rope closure that’s simple for kids to use. The kids can help you make it, too!
Lego Pick Up And Play Mat by Kids Activities Blog
Turn intricate game boards into art by framing them and hanging them on the wall. This is a brilliant idea for storage and decor, all in one! When you’re ready to play the game, just remove the framed board from the wall and use it in the frame!
Game Board Storage Set by Infarrantly Creative
Try this simple and creative way to store toy cars on the wall. Use magnetic knife holders and easily attach cars along the strip. Use as many strips as you need and create a unique display grid on your wall.
Store Car Toys Magnetically by Style Files
For an open storage option try storage boxes stacked on top of each other in a unique design that works with your kid’s decor and space. This is an easy and minimalist look.
Quick And Easy Modern Toy Storage by Anna Bode
This iron-on transfer vinyl identification idea works well with collapsible fabric storage cubes. The big letters make a bold impact! You can personalize the design with colors that work well with you child’s decor.
Simple Toy Organization by Persia Lou
For a catch-all idea, try a personalized toy box. This is an age-old idea, but kids love it, especially if it has their name on it. From small to large, toy boxes can be a useful idea if you have more than one child so that they can keep their toys separate.
Personalized Toy Boxes by Jinxy Kids
Shoe storage bags get a new job as an organizational tool for Legos! Each pocket can be assigned a color so kids learn to group and put away all the pieces by color.
Organize Legos By Color by Kids Activities Blog
If your kids have a collection of trains, they will adore seeing them displayed with this easy DIY wall storage idea. Using floating shelves and picture ledges you can create a one-of-a-kind wall display. Your kids will be able to easily access their trains and rearrange them.
Easy DIY Toy Train Storage & Display by Stacy’s Savings
If your family and your kids like to play cards, or even collect them, consider storing them in stackable small plastic bins that can easily hide away in a closet or on a shelf. You can even cut the name of the card or game from the original cardboard box that it came in and tape it to the bin for visual identification.
Playing Cards Storage Solution by Jazzie and Talia
How easy is this? Hand drawstring toy bags on the wall, complete with vinyl toy photos for identification. Easy, handy, and organized!
Drawstring Toy Bags by Crafting The Rain
Boys love Nerf toys guns and because of their design storing them can be a challenge. Here’s another great use for an over the door plastic shoe rack: store the Nerf guns in each pocket. Smart!
Shoe Rack Nerf Toy Storage by Moore Magnets
Plastic bins can be stored in a closet and are easily stackable and labeled. Each bin can contain the games and all the pieces. It’s an easy way to reference and organize board games and even puzzles!
Game Closet Organization by Raising Lemons
Outdoor toy cars get their own parking garage for tidy storage. With a little PVC pipe and drop clothes, you can fashion a mini garage that keeps the cars covered and protected from the elements. Cute!
Kiddie Car Parking Garage by Mom Endeavors
I love all these toy storage ideas. Some are super easy DIY and some are more elaborate but all can help keep the mess contained.
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