Many routers have the ability to set the IP range in which they will assign IP numbers via DHCP. So set your assignment range to say, 192.168.0.101 to .255.
My set up uses this scheme.
Router gets 192.168.0.1
Other networked devices (access points, printers, network storage, etc) get static IPs from .2 and up. Computers and other user devices get IP assignments from DHCP, although the DHCP has reservations so they get the same number every time. Which of course would be another option for you.