When you first walk in the front door of our house, you'll see a closet. We keep coats, hats, and mittens, dvds, and some toys in here. We have a dress-up trunk and mirror, a cart with some toys on it (beads, puzzles, animal train, shape sorter, etc.), the bilibo, and our daughter's tricycle in here. I'd really like to get a child-sized clothing tree to hang some of the dress-ups on for this Christmas.
In our reading room, we have a bookshelf with some of our children's books.
Someday, I would like to organize our books into categories and store them on the bookshelf in baskets like this one (I found it at the thrift shop!). New baskets like this are a bit expensive for me!
My husband is also thinking about making a display bookshelf (something like this - but one that is free standing not hanging) for our seasonal and featured books.
We also have our dollhouse in the reading room. The furniture and dolls are stored (usually) in the house and the basket underneath contains our farm animals, fence, and tree).
Our family room contains the most toys. We have two baskets with stuffed animals and baby toys (the round baskets), and two with blocks and musical instruments and games (the ones of the table). The large glass cabinet has all of our art supplies, paper, children's magazines, and library books. Our board books are in the house bookshelf and you can see our little rocker next to it.
Our kitchen has our little cradle and doll accessories - blankets, pillow, and doll sling. The dolls are usually here.
We also have our play kitchen in the kitchen. The drawers on the table hold the food and pots and pans. The basket on the step stool has our "church" books inside of it.
Our dining room has our little art center. We hang our daughter's work on the bulliten board and she uses her easel for it's felt board, chalk board, and for drawing and painting. We're planning to get a child sized table and chairs for that spot soon.
Our child-sized cleaning supplies are in the pantry in a box.