5 Organization Tips For Kids Rooms

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As the new year approaches, it is a great time to get more organized. You can get your kids involved by helping them make a resolution to keep their rooms more organized! Here are 5 organization tips for kids rooms so you can help them get started right away.
Bookshelves are a great way to organize books and other things such as toys or stuffed animals. Even LEGOs set out on book shelves can appear organized rather than all over the floor!
Closets are good for more than just hanging space. Feel free to set a chest of drawers in there for younger kids to be able to access clothes more easily than a high hanging bar.
Use nightstands with drawers for extra hidden storage. Being organized is all about everything having an assigned easy spot to be put away.
Desk Storage.
Use bins so keep school supplies from scattering across the desk and floors.
Cubby shelves are fabulous for getting toys up off the floor and put away so that the kids can easily find the toy they are looking for without emptying the whole toy bin. Clear storage bins with labels can used to up your storage organization game even more.

I hope you find these organization tips for kids rooms to be useful! Check my blog to get 10 more kids room organization ideas.

The estimated cost of this project is anywhere from free if you already have all the things you need to $500 if you buy fancy closet organizers, etc. But you can also do this project on a budget with a few supplies from Target or Walmart.
Suggested materials:
  • Cubby shelf   (Target)
  • Bookshelves
  • Drawers
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