You might want to look into the Montessori approach to setting up the child's environment. Young children have a natural love for order, but, if they're given too many choices, they can get overwhelmed and just start dumping and flinging stuff around. So, for a one-year-old, you'd keep most of the toys out of reach in a closet or cupboard, and just have something like this:
- A low shelf with just a few toys, each one in its own basket.
- A toddler-sized table and chair.
- A small shelf with a few front-facing board books.
- A basket with a few stuffed animals.
- If the room is big enough, you could also have a larger ride-on or push toy.
Before bed, and at other "transitional points" during the day, you'd make a ritual out of tidying everything up. At some point, the child will begin to imitate you. Of course, they'll usually put stuff in the wrong bins at first....but it's a start!
According to the Montessori philosophy, this type of environment will encourage your child's innate organizational abilities to blossom, so she won't have to spend her adult life hanging out in a forum like this one.