Yes, it is possible, with some genius storage solutions you can do this.
Give your existing walls and furniture an update to help them work harder and keep clutter at bay.
01. Utilize Shelves
Shelves = a storage lifesaver. In a small room, they can be used as bookshelves or a place to hold tiny toys.
Get Some Bins & Baskets
Keep it together and do it in style. The baskets not only practical, but they also aren't total eyesores in a room. Use them to corral toys, books, or even clothing accessories.
Do not ignore the bottom of the bed
Use it to keep playing from the middle of the room.
Industrial style pipes will win you all the cool mom points. Bonus? If he grows out of it, you'll totally want to use them one day.
Cubbies Are Your Best Friend
This accent piece with individual storage cubbies makes separating toys, books, and stuffed animals super easy. To make sure it doesn't look cluttered, add in some baskets instead of stuffing the cubes with toys.
DIY A Book Bin
Not only is this book bin functional, but it's super chic. It's also easy to DIY, so we promise you can handle it.
Search For Not-Boring Shelving
A plain set of shelves is just that—plain. Look for fun pieces that'll add a little bit of interest to storage, like this asymmetrical shelving unit.
Rest a ladder against the wall and use it as an alternative bookshelf/storage unit. It adds character, and each shelf can be designated for something different.
Make Under-Bed Drawers
Everyone knows under the bed is a great storage spot, but often space becomes a disorganized mess full of storage bins and dust bunnies. Make your own storage carts with wheels to solve this dilemma. Now, items are organized and easily accessible.
Recycle old wooden crates or boxes and hang them on your child's bedroom walls to hold toys, books, and other accessories. You can give them new life by painting or wallpapering them.
These kids rooms with these storages are so cool, everyone at school (and maybe even their parents) will be jealous.