We'll admit it: These ideas are more for you than them, but they're cute!
Sometimes it's the little details that make all the difference, like these wooden clouds on the front of floating shelves. Suddenly all of your children's books have a home — and a totally adorable one at that.
Why should your daughter's princess outfit get stuffed into a drawer, turning it into a wrinkled mess? Transform an IKEA BILLY Bookcase into a bright blue wardrobe with space for clothes and accessories instead.
The KURA Bunk Bed is a super simple piece of furniture — meaning it's the perfect canvas for a crafty DIY creation. In this case, a wooden topper makes the top bunk feel like a private little house (hopefully your kid will invite you over!).
Lacking a closet in the nursery? Well, since baby clothes and accessories are so lightweight,you can just add a rail under a floating shelf to create a makeshift hanger for onesies.
The best thing about your kid's elaborate imagination? You can transform a bookshelf (in this case, IKEA's BILLY model) into a dollhouse that they'll be totally smitten with. Line each section with different paper to make them feel like individual rooms.
Don't let your kid's colorful block toys take over their floor space. Instead, use IKEA's LACK Coffee Table to make a LEGO command center, complete with bins organized by color and a street on top.
If we've said it once, we've said it a million times: IKEA's RASKOG Cart is super handy in every single room — and your kid's space is no exception. The baby blue color makes this an adorable, moveable book organizer.
Add seating and storage at the same time by transforming a plain white bookshelf into a bench complete with green numbered cubbies that offer tons of space for toys or books.
If you flip one of IKEA's spice racks over, you can use the bottom to hold accessories like a shelf and use the bottom to hold hangers with your little one's most adorable outfits.
You can let your kid enjoy unsupervised coloring when you coat the top of their table with chalk paint, since that white stuff won't ruin your walls or carpet. Just make sure you teach them how to wipe it off when they're ready to draw something new.