Operation: Organization — Becky from This is Happiness

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 Happy Monday everyone!  Today we’re continuing our Operation:  Organization series with Becky from This is Happiness.  I love the cute name she picked for her blog, and her site is just a fabulous mix of Decor, DIY and other great stuff so be sure to check it out. Here she is today to sharing her colorful playroom organization…

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Hi there 11 Magnolia Lane Readers!  I’m Becky and I blog over at This Is Happiness where I share my journey to create a stylish home and beautiful life with my wonderful husband and two amazing children.  My passion is DIY and design, but I also love entertaining, food and fashion all of which you will find me sharing on my blog.

 

Today, I’m excited to be here with you guys to share our playroom organization.  Fortunately, we have a nice size playroom upstairs where we store all the toys.  I like to keep most of the toys out of the kids’ rooms and stored in here.  We have a couple of different storage areas in our playroom, but this wall storage system is the main one.

 

 

I wanted a place to help my kids organize their toys easily, but still wanted the space to be pretty. I went with bright, primary colors, which I choose because I have both boy and girl toys.  My goal was to make the space functional, cheerful and very kid friendly.

 

 

 

 I love all the storage options this wall unit provides us.  Lots of cubbies for baskets and buckets as well as drawers.  The drawers are really nice to store all the kids’ movies and games.

 

The main wall system is from JCPenny’s, which was a fraction of the cost of the Pottery Barn Kids wall unit.  We’ve had it for about 4 years now and moved it to our new house and it has really held up well.  I found the framed animal pictures at Homegoods and I adore the positive messages on them.  The blue containers and green buckets are from The Land of Nod and the red baskets are from Garden Ridge.  The spice rack shelves above the TV and colorful frames are from Target.  And I picked up the rug and pillows from Ikea to complete the look.
Another helpful organization system in this space is this drawer cart (below) to organize our puzzles.  I finally got tired of all the beat up, falling apart puzzle boxes, so I decided to use this system to store the kids’ puzzles.  I cut the front picture from the box and included it in the drawer so they would still have a guide when putting the puzzles together.  The drawers also come all the way out, so they can carry the whole drawer to a hard surface and put the puzzle together.

 

 

 

This system has worked out really well for us.  When everything has a place it makes clean up much easier.  It’s really nice to have a space that helps us keep some of the toys contained, as well as a bright, cheerful space to play.  It’s definitely a space in our home that makes me smile 🙂

 

Thanks so much Christy and Amy for having me as your guest today and part of your Operation Organization Series!

 

XO,

 

 

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I love how happy and organized that playroom is. Becky, thank you so much for joining us!

 

Here is the line-up for Operation: Organization 2015:

January 16~ Mallory from Charming in Charlotte
January 19~ Becky from This is Happiness
January 21~ Abby from Just a Girl and her Blog
January 24~ Samantha from Simply Organized

January 26~ Amanda from Dixie Delights
January 27~Aniko from Place of My Taste
January 28~ Paige from The Pink Clutch
January 29~ Melissa from A Prudent Life
 

You can follow all the Operation:Organization goings-on via Pinterest HERE and Instagram HERE.

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Comments

  1. We just redid our basement and the wall storage would be the perfect solution for toys (it is going to be a playroom). Love it!

  2. I LOVE the puzzle drawers. My son has TONS of legos and this is a perfect storage solution.

  3. I love love love this. Organization like this makes my little ol’ OCD heart sing!

  4. I’ve been looking for organization for my twins playroom! Love the puzzle storage too!

  5. Lauren Light says:

    Maybe this will encourage me to do some much needed organization to my guest room aka storage room!

  6. What great ideas! I will need these when I move into my new place since I’m planning to have a playroom for my almost 2 year old and baby on the way!

  7. I love the puzzle organization!

  8. Love the monogram giveaway. Super chic!

  9. Manette Gutterman says:

    i wish I had room for this wall unit! It would be great for my kids toy area!

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