Nerf Storage & Organization Ideas: For Blasters & Accessories

Here are ideas for Nerf storage and organization, for both large and small collections of blasters, as well as foam accessories.

Several ideas for Nerf storage and organization, for both large and small collections of blasters, as well as foam accessories {on Home Storage Solutions} #ToyStorage #StorageIdeas #StorageSolutionsuse this Pin it button to save to Pinterest


Do you have kids who absolutely love playing with Nerf blasters, or similar toys? If so, you know how many of them they can collect, and how you can find both the toy guns and the accessories, such as the foam darts, everywhere.

Below I've gathered a few popular ideas for how to organize and store these toys that look great, and works well.

Create A Nerf Armory Inside A Closet Or On A Wall

Turn a closet into a Nerf armory, plus more Nerf storage and organization ideas {on Home Storage Solutions} #ToyStorage #StorageIdeas #KidsRoomuse this Pin it button to save to Pinterest

The genesis of this page came when a reader, Andrea, sent in these photos above showing how she had organized all of these items.

Andrea said, "This was our cluttered hall closet. It had an air conditioner, paintings, nerf guns, aquarium stuff...It was always difficult to keep everything in order. Now it’s an amazing nerf armory!"

Storing your toy guns and blasters on the wall makes a lot of sense, because these items are bulky so it's hard to keep them inside a container. Using wall storage makes use of otherwise unusable space, keeps everything visible, and allows kids to choose the blaster they'd like to use.

You can mount these blasters inside a closet, or on a wall inside a room, such as a bedroom or playroom. Whatever works best for you!

Use Peg Board For Both Your Blasters & Accessories

Use a pegboard for Nerf storage, of both the blasters and accessories such as the foam darts {on Home Storage Solutions 101} #ToyStorage #PegBoard #Organizationuse this Pin it button to save to Pinterest

One of the easiest ways to mount the blasters and accessories on the wall is with a peg board. That's what a reader, Brittany, did, and she sent in these photos above showing the results.

Brittany said, "Our 6 year old son has a walk-in closet and my husband did this, on one of the walls."

When you see this idea in action, it intuitively makes sense. And it's relatively east to implement. That's what a reader, Charity, whose photo of her pegboard storage project is below, explained. She said, "It really is an easy project! A little spray paint and had them cut the board at the hardware store."

Not only can you mount the blasters themselves to the wall using this method, but if you purchase the right organizing equipment, you can also use your pegboard to help you store the accessories for these blasters, like the foam darts they use to shoot.

Products You Can Use For This Project

The main things you need for this storage solution is a wall and pegboard. I also suggest getting the pegs, hooks, and baskets that allow you to use your wall-mounted peg board as a real storage solution for the accessories as well.

More Nerf Storage Ideas From Readers

Here is a collage with even more great pictures sent in by readers, showing how they store and organize their Nerf blasters, and other types of blasters.

The photos are from the following readers, from top to bottom, left to right: Charity, Brenda, Melanie, Chad (who stores his small blasters in a hanging pocket organizer, instead of on pegboards), and John.

Several ideas for Nerf storage and organization, for both large and small collections of blasters, as well as foam accessories {on Home Storage Solutions} #ToyStorage #StorageIdeas #StorageSolutionsuse this Pin it button to save to Pinterest

As you can see, many people use the pegboard wall storage for organizing these toys for a reason, it works. Here's a larger picture from Chad, who was mentioned above though, showing how he organizes and stores his smaller blasters using a hanging pocket organizer, often used for shoes, but which of course has lots of other organizing uses!

Idea for storing small foam blaster toys, using a hanging pocket organizer, such as for shoes {on Home Storage Solutions} #ToyStorage #StorageSolutions #Organizinguse this Pin it button to save to Pinterest

You can get a over the door shoe organizer here:

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{A-Z} Storage Solutions & Ideas

I hope you enjoyed these ideas for organizing and storing your Nerf blasters and accessories.

There are even more ideas for storage and organizing on the site in the {A-Z} Storage Solutions & Ideas round up page. Go check it out if you'd like to see even more ideas.

In addition, if these ideas have inspired you to organize even more of your kids' toys or games make sure to read the Organize Toys & Games Challenge, which is part of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge I run on the site!


Organize Toys & Games Challenge

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