Your kids seem to take over your home regardless of what room is actually theirs! Their toys, belongings, schoolwork and recreational diddles can create chaos in your home and creative toy storage is essential.
Before you can start, you will have to remove the old and make way for a system that will help you and your kids. If you have been thinking of revamping your kids’ room, here are tips that will help and inspire them to want to clean up and stay organized!
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Determine what needs to be purged:
Most homes have a level of collecting items that is not needed. Whether it’s in the adult or child spaces of your home, either way, purging, sorting and tossing are the three ways to make room for new organization and free up hidden storage space.
If your child is old enough, go through and purge or determine what they have outgrown, what can be donated or is broken and should be thrown away. For items that will be kept, sort toys and personal belongings into piles so you can evaluate them separately. This process will help create a clean room of space and possibilities for organizational options.
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