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  • Writer's pictureKate Taylor Design

How to Organize and Store Your Coloring Book Collection

If you're an avid fan of coloring books, chances are your collection has grown over time, and you may find yourself with numerous books and art supplies scattered around your home. Keeping your coloring books and materials organized not only helps you find what you need quickly but also makes your coloring experience more enjoyable. In this blog post, we'll share some practical tips and ideas for organizing and storing your coloring book collection.

Coloring Book Organization
Coloring Book Organization

Sort your coloring books by theme or size

Begin by sorting your collection by theme, size, or any other criteria that make sense to you. This will make it easier to find the perfect book for your mood or specific interests.

Use magazine holders or bookends

Magazine holders and bookends are great for keeping your coloring books upright and easily accessible. Place them on a bookshelf or desk to keep your books organized and within reach.

Create a dedicated coloring station

Designate a specific area in your home as your coloring station, complete with a comfortable chair, good lighting, and a flat surface to work on. Keep your coloring books and materials organized and at hand in this area.

Utilize storage containers and organizers

Invest in storage containers or organizers to keep your art supplies neat and tidy. Pencil cases, marker holders, and storage bins can help prevent your materials from getting mixed up or lost.

Store coloring books in a binder

Use plastic sheet protectors to store individual coloring pages in a binder. This method is perfect for those who prefer to work on loose pages and makes it simple to flip through your collection.

Label and categorize your art supplies

Label your coloring materials by type, color, or brand for easy identification. This is especially useful if you have a large assortment of pencils, markers, or other supplies.

Keep a coloring journal

Document your completed coloring projects in a journal. This can be a digital or physical journal that allows you to track your progress, take note of your favorite techniques, and record any ideas for future projects.

Display your finished artwork

Find creative ways to display your completed coloring pages. Frame your favorites, create a gallery wall, or use them as decorative elements in your home.

Regularly declutter and reorganize

Take time to go through your collection and declutter periodically. Donate or gift any unused or duplicate items to keep your collection streamlined and manageable.


Organizing and storing your coloring book collection may seem like a daunting task, but with a little effort and creativity, you can transform your coloring space into a relaxing and inspiring sanctuary. Implement these tips to enhance your coloring experience and make the most of your beloved collection.

 A dedicated coloring books station
A dedicated coloring books station


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