We have over 10 board game storage ideas that will help get your games organized. Make game night even more fun when you get your board game collection in order.
Board game storage ideas
We absolutely love game night around here! The entire family gets involved and we have the best time.
Sometimes, we will do dinner and game night and make homemade pizza. We have the best time and the kids really look forward to Game Night!
However, we did have one problem- board game storage! Our cabinets were an absolute mess with games all over the place.
I knew something had to be done to get the games in order. Thankfully, I found a bunch of board game storage cupboard ideas and more!
Let’s gets started with these diy board game storage ideas!
Re purpose an old coffee table into a space just for board games. Not only can you store the games here but you have a great space to play the games!
This trick will help you learn how to store board games vertically. Use an inexpensive headband to wrap around the board games so they can stand up without losing any pieces.
Use bags to save space and store all game pieces inside the bags. This is a great way to do away with the box all together.
Take an old ladder and turn it into a really cool storage idea for games. This is such a clever way to organize your games.
We love these hanging organizers for lots of different uses. Use one to keep all of your board games in order and out of sight.
Use plastic storage containers from the dollar store to keep playing cards organized. You can tape the cover of the box to the outside so you will know what is in each box.
Make this really cool DIY swivel organizer to hold all of your board games and more! I love how you can turn it around and have easy access to each side.
This idea completely eliminates all of the boxes and containers. Get a plastic storage container with plastic drawers and assign a game to each drawer with a label.
You will love this board game storage without box.
Grab some scrapbook pouches to keep all of your games and small pieces together. This is great for storing games and keeping pieces together so you never have to hunt for them.
Use baskets or bins to group small games together. This is perfect for decks of cards, smaller games and more so that you are not looking everywhere when you want to play.
Use ziploc bags for game pieces, puzzle pieces and more. This will easily fit inside the game boxes and you won’t have to worry about losing these small pieces.
This is a great idea and you probably already have several pencil bags just laying around the house. Use these for playing cards and this also makes it perfect for traveling.
Try these board game storage ideas!
Let us know which storage solution you plan to try to keep your games organized. There are so many great ideas for board game storage.
Here are our Favorite Board Games:
We love family game night! Grab a new one to play with your family!
- Candy Land
- Chutes and Ladders
- Sequence for Kids
- The Game of Life
- Sleepover Party Game
- Pie in the Face Showdown
- Get the Picture, Dot to Dot Game
- Guess Who?
- Ker Plunk
These board game storage ideas will make your next family game night the best!
Spend more time creating lasting memories with your family instead of looking for missing pieces. No one wants to spend tons of time looking for missing games or pieces to a game.
Get everything organized and in order so you can have a streamlined family game night. Whether you decide to use bins or boxes or bags, there are so many great ideas to choose from.
Use the storage solutions that work best for your family and the space you have. You will feel so much better once you have everything in order.
It can be so overwhelming opening that door and having games fall out everywhere. It makes you want to put off game night which is such a shame.
Take just a little time to try these board game storage ideas and never worry again with games being here and there. I also love having cards and puzzles in bags or a plastic box.
This is so helpful if we are traveling and need to take a few activities for the kids to do. It makes finding these games much easier and also transporting it all.
I can easily grab a pencil pouch with a card game to toss in my purse for traveling with the kids. Whereas before, it was such a mess.
It is a win win all around. 🙂
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