I love books, and I REALLY love that my kids love books even at their young ages! Needless to say, the piles of books in every room can get a little out of hand. I found some great tutorials for helping you sort and organize your little one’s books in such cute and useful ways!
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Three of these for under $30 and less than 2 hours to build and paint. And how cute they are! I love how they put some hooks on the bottom of one shelf.
Talk about GORGEOUS! The paper lined bins are stunning, and the low bins make it easy for kiddos to browse through the books without taking them all out of the case.
With 10 easy steps, this tutorial will get you through the project in no time!
Need some custom color shelves? These are perfect for you!
Love that these shelves make the books so easily accessible for nap and bed time! This just may be my next project. 🙂
Wow! This is amazing. The tutorial guides you right through making this with several pictures and clear instructions. Best thing, it’ll cost you $35 instead of a whopping $169!
This unique shelf idea makes the books almost a centerpiece of the room!
For the low cost of $15 apiece, these shelves keep the books right in front of your young ones to encourage them to read. I love the scroll decor on the side!
This idea is nifty! Easy to lift off the hooks, the baskets can be carried to wherever your child is reading and simply hung back up on the wall when finished.
A mobile book storage solution to keep the books where they belong. Genius idea! 😉