Kids have a way of making a bunch of little items into one huge mess. Whether it’s toys, games, books, or other random objects, it can feel overwhelming to find a place for all of it in your child’s room. Luckily, there are some fun ways you can make space for their stuff and still leave room for them to grow. Closet and Storage Concepts of Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada is bringing you some fun ways to declutter your child’s room.
Using Unexpected Spaces
If your child loves story time, transforming their door into a hanging library is an amazing way to free up shelf space for other toys. Another great space is under the bed, where there’s plenty of room to store less frequently used items to cut down on clutter. You can also go above and beyond and install wall ledges, but be careful to place them high enough out of reach to prevent injuries. If your child is older, a loft-style bed can open up a large amount of space as well.
Everything Has Its Place
Having a designated place for every toy makes it easier to get everything organized, because if there isn’t a certain spot to put them, kids won’t bother putting them away at all. Bins, baskets, tubs – the storage possibilities are endless. Clear containers can make it easier to see what’s inside, but room decor inspired designs can add a unique and fun touch to any child’s room. It also helps to remind kids where everything belongs, which keeps their space looking neat.
Make It Fun!
Parents know that even a perfectly organizable room doesn’t always end up tidy when there are kids involved. Kids on the other hand just want to play and don’t see why a messy room is such a big problem. Until you see eye-to-eye, making clean-up time fun is the best way to get your kids excited about organizing, and the easiest! See who can put away the highest number of items, or who can do it in the shortest amount of time.
If you are interested in storing solutions for your child’s room, contact Closet and Storage Concepts of Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada today!
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