Tips On Organizing Your Kid's Bedroom

In an ideal world, your children would clean their own rooms - but it doesn’t always work like that! They might be too young, or perhaps you just don’t trust them to do a thorough clean! You’ll want your kid’s room to look great and be a space for them to relax. Messy bedrooms can create a sense of chaos and contribute to hyperactivity and bad habits. If you want a few handy tips about organizing your kid’s room, read on!



Declutter

The first thing that you’ll want to do is to declutter the room. Your child likely has lots of toys and clothes that they don’t use anymore, so there’s no point hanging onto this stuff. If your child is old enough, you can ask them what they want and don’t want before throwing it away. If they are too young, they’ll likely say that they want to keep everything, so it’s best not to involve them! Getting rid of things will free up space and make it much easier to organize the remaining items in the room.

Sort the items

Let’s face it; kids can be super messy! When it comes to your child’s room, you’ll probably find boxes of all different items all jumbled up! To restore a bit of order, it’s best to ensure that everything has its own separate place. Figure out what you have from dolls to books, soft toys, puzzles or electronic kids games. Sort everything into groups, and once you’ve done so, it will be a whole lot easier to get everything looking neat and lovely. You can label the boxes to help your child to learn about organization and tidying up.

Get your storage 

If you invest in the right storage units, you can have your kid’s room looking great in no time! There are plenty of options out there, from hanging shelves made of fabric to colorful boxes or stackable units. Interior design trends tend to favor minimalism right now, so it’s the best time to find some practical storage boxes that don’t take up too much space!

Mementos

Childhood is a precious time full of memories, but your kids may not be so clued up on keeping mementoes! When you go through your child’s room, you’ll want to hold onto anything that’s special and find a safe place for it. When it comes to organizing kids keepsakes and mementos, you’ll want to keep these unique items separate from the other toys. You may even want to store special items in another room if you feel that your child is too young to look after these things. Whether it’s drawings, photos or old toys; you’ll be happy to have things to look back on when your child is grown up.


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  1. It's very important to work with the kids and not around them. Kids as young as 3 years old really want to participate. You might think your kid would get too bored or frustrated talking about bedroom storage — but consider it from their point of view.

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