I’m passionate about spreading my love of reading to my children, so we own a ton of books. Finding great kid book storage ideas that will work in my home has become important to me.
I find that when our books are both nicely organized and easy to access, my kids tend to want to read more.
There are affiliate links throughout the post.
Book Storage Ideas for Kids
Here are several creative ways to display and store children’s books. I hope you find something that will inspire you and your little ones!
I can’t have a kid book storage roundup without adding the infamous picture ledge shelf idea!
Use picture ledge shelves as a wall book storage display.
This is such a great way to utilize vertical space in a kids room, playroom or nursery.
Source: Project Nursery
I’m in LOVE with these rainbow shelves (which are also photo ledges).
I had to include these picture ledges, because I’m so inspired by how they bring bold color into this room.
Get creative with displaying children’s book on bookshelves. Sorting them by color is a great way to display books for a fun pop of color.
These house bookcases are so much fun in playrooms, kid rooms and nurseries!
If you’re short on space, you can still display a ton of books by adding vertical book storage to a wall.
This wall bookshelf set is a favorite of mine, because it looks great and it holds a ton of books.
Using vertical space is one of my favorite toy organization tips, and doing so for kid book storage is no different!
You can attach wire baskets to a wall or to a back of a door.
Using multiple baskets creates an organized space for your kid’s books and they’re also easy to access.
This is a great DIY project for a little book stand, which I think is such a cute idea.
We have one of these cube bookshelves in our kids’ playroom, but I love how this blogger uses magazine holders to store the books neatly on the shelf.
I’ve tried stacking books on the shelf without using any sort of seperator, and the books never stay put this way. You could also use multiple magazine holders to group certain book together.
I am obsessed with this wall organizer – very farmhouse industrial!
This entire playroom is beautiful and it really fits perfectly in it.
Here is another look at using wired baskets on a wall.
This would be such a great setup for a reading nook. I love the books are easily accessible and I think it looks great too.
An over-the-door organizer works perfectly to store books in this closet, but you can use it on the back of any door.
This is such a brilliant hack and a GREAT use of vertical space.
I’m not sure I can ever get through an organization or storage roundup without mentioning one of these rolling carts!
They’re so versatile, so of course they work perfectly for book storage. Added bonus: you can roll it wherever you need it.
What kid book storage ideas do you have? How do you store books in your home?
Leave a Reply