The 10 Best Bath Toy Organizers
This wiki has been updated 8 times since it was first published in June of 2018. As long as your little one has access to rubber duckies, action figures and other floating toys, bathtime will be viewed more as a highly anticipated play date than a dreaded chore. Once you’ve collected an assortment of items, make sure to pick up one of these organizers for storing everything. Some of these models stick to tile walls, while others come in freestanding or caddy designs. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bath toy organizer on Amazon.
3M Command Corner Caddy From the well-known maker of Command Strips, this storage bin nestles neatly into the intersection of two shower walls. Situated just above the rim of the tub, it serves as an easy-access repository for a decent amount of playthings. Best of all, you won’t have to worry about weak suction cups. command.com
mDesign Basket This vibrant, aqua blue caddy can be adhered to just about any clean, dry, non-porous surface. It’s great for bath toys, but it’s also useful for holding shower supplies like hair products and soap. It comes in a pack of two, so you won’t have to move the same basket to different bathrooms. mdesignhomedecor.com
May 14, 2020:
Removed the Monkey Stix Franky and Joyin Toy Education due to a lack of availability. We updated the listing for the Toyganizer Hook, which is now available in four different colors. Also noted that the Munchkin Quack Caddy has a handy little hook for hanging a washcloth.
Added the Munchkin Super Scoop to the rankings, which is similar in design to the Skip Hop Moby in that it features a handle for scooping up playthings from the water. Kids seem to enjoy the small animal toys that come with the package; once they fill with water after spending some time in the tub, children can give them a squeeze to squirt little streams of water.
It’s worth pointing out that the suction cups on many of these caddies and baskets will only function properly when adhered to a surface that is dry, clean, and smooth. If, for whatever reason, the suction cups don’t perform well, you always have the option to hang the organizer with adhesive strips (some options even include these).
The KidCo Storage, on the other hand, doesn’t require attaching to a wall at all, though it may tip over if kids attempt to use it for leverage to climb out of the tub.