10 Apt Ways to Store Board Games

Before playing a board game do you play one more game of finding them? Look at these 10 APT ways to store BOARD GAMES to avoid this situation!

Board games are not as popular as they were but still, they are fun to play and a good time pass.

Before playing a board game do you play one more game of finding them? Look at these 10 APT ways to store BOARD GAMES to avoid this situation!

If your house is not different, it is a damn chore to find all of the game pieces in one place. In one room. Oh heck..in one universe. Every time we want to play family game night we have to play hide-and-go-seek FIRST just to find the pieces to play the game. I have had enough of stepping on Monopoly houses (ouch!), finding dice in my couch cushions, and getting down on all fours to look for playing cards under the couch…my household needs a system. And luckily there are some amazing and brilliant and ‘why didn’t I think of that’ organizational ideas for board games. Below you will find my favorites!

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Before playing a board game do you play one more game of finding them? Look at these 10 APT ways to store BOARD GAMES to avoid this situation!

This is one of those organization tips that I see on Pinterest, and I’m like, why the FREAK did I not think of this! My daughter has one of these hanging closet organizers in her closet; it’s supposed to be there to organize her school outfits by day…do you think that happens on a regular basis? No! I might as well fill it up with her board games, so I don’t have to step on pieces all over her bedroom!

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Before playing a board game do you play one more game of finding them? Look at these 10 APT ways to store BOARD GAMES to avoid this situation!

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Here’s a new way of thinking…instead of stacking the game board boxes like we normally do..it’s a whole heck of a lot easier to store them vertically with the game board name facing up. That way you don’t have to disrupt any of the games when you pick out a box!

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These little plastic drawer things and I already use them to store my craft supplies, so why not game pieces! You can usually get them pretty inexpensively at Walmart or Target. Label each drawer with the game name, and voila, you’ve got yourself some stylish and practical storage that doesn’t break the bank!

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