Organization Tips for Your Child’s Bedroom— Magnetic Organizers and More
If you are in the midst of organizing your home, you might find that your child’s bedroom is the most challenging of the lot. Organizing a child’s bedroom is all about finding the right balance between keeping everything neat, organized and yet easily accessible. Whether your kids have a room each to themselves, or are learning important life lessons by sharing a room, the following suggestions will help keep your little one’s room, mess free.
Be it Barbie dolls, action figures or beanie babies; shoe holders can keep toys separated and save a lot of space. Another idea is to use strategically placed canvas bins around the room as a convenient way to store toys your kids play with everyday. • Opt for an old wooden chest instead to add a touch of whimsy, and your kids will have great fun pretending it is a treasure chest full of gold!
Use a hanging accessory organizer to store the wide variety of art supplies that your kids have accumulated over the years. • This nifty object allows you to keep different sets and supplies, separate from each other, while providing small spaces to stash those errant single crayons and coloring pencils left over from long finished sets.
If you have a little daughter, then you know how hard it is to keep track of jewelry, hair accessories and other bits and baubles. Use a closet jewelry organizer to create order from the chaos that is a little girl’s accessory collection. • This organizer is the perfect destination for earrings, bracelets and tiny hair clips. Also, set aside a small drawer in the closet for larger accessories such as headbands, scarves, hats and gloves. Mini wicker baskets are great to keep things separate in the drawer and have the added benefit of looking pretty.
There are many different ways to arrange your child’s books. The simplest but possibly the most efficient way is to arrange books in alphabetical order. Furthermore, as your little one might be a little too young to understand the Dewey Decimal System, a more innovative approach is called for. • Use shelves that are beyond your child’s reach for books and toys that you would not want him/her to use without parental supervision. Place your child’s favorite and most often read books on the shelves that are at eye level for your little one. Books, that your child seldom reads or has finished reading should be placed on the bottom most shelves. This approach not only ensures a well-organized bookcase but also one that you child can use easily, with the least amount of hassle.
Use any extra space on the bookcase to display stuffed toys and cute knick-knacks. If your bookcase is made of metal then it might be a smart idea to hang a magnetic organizer on the side, and use it to keep bookmarks and basic everyday stationary such as pens, pencils, and doodle pads.
Once you have kept everything in its rightful place, do take your kids on a tour of the room, and show them exactly where everything must go. • On the other hand, why not let them organize the room with you? This will inculcate a sense of responsibility and impress upon them the need to be neat and tidy at all times. So, whether this will be a solo project or a fun exercise for the whole family, organize your little one’s room with these unique tips to help you along the way!
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