By Heather Roberts
Is your children’s room constantly cluttered with toys? If that is the case, you need to take some measures and create storage solutions, or else you find yourself in need of constant home clearance.
The idea behind organizing your children’s room is that you need to have the right solutions for the right items. At the same time, you don’t want just any solutions, because you want to keep the spirit of the room playful and fitting for a child. Luckily, there are several ideas, all of which can contribute to less clearance efforts and great addition to any room your little ones like to make a mess of. You can do way better than just purchasing an extra rack – instead, you can familiarize yourself with some fabulous DIY projects that will solve all your troubles of finding that extra space for all the toys:
Cds and DVDs Storage –
What child doesn’t love video games and collecting a large number of those on CDs? If the number of those is increasing faster, you can utilize a simple solution – the back side of cabinet doors. This is a great solution as it keeps the items out of sight, while organizing them. All you will need is a mat board, fabric, some vinyl and double backed tape. Use that to transform the inside of cabinet doors into disc holders, where your child can access them at any given point. That way you eliminate the risk of throwing out something of value during your clearance runs.
Hanging organizers –
Hanging organizers make for a perfect solution to implement on the bed or a drawer. It basically involves hanging an organizer by the side of the bed, or nailing it on the inside of a drawer. The more pockets you have on the fabric (as that is what the organizer is mostly usually made of), the more stuff it can contain and ease your junk removal efforts.
Stuffed Animals Basket/Cage –
It is a common thing to see stuffed animals just lying around the room on the bed, on the chairs and … pretty much everywhere. To avoid this, you can acquire a large enough basket or a cage and store them all inside. That way they will remain properly stored and not bother you during your home clearance runs. You can then even teach your children how to properly store the toys in the basket, as it is easy enough.
Keep the Space under the Bed Occupied –
You can store plenty of toys in the space under your children’s bed. Rolling boxes make for an ideal solution, as they grant easy access and enough space to keep multiple items. Your children will be able to use it too, as the wheel design allows for easy rolling in and out from under the bed.
A lot can be done to improve your child’s room and reduce the clutter. Going with any of these projects can make a notable difference.