As parents, our top priority is to make sure that our kids are comfortable while they are staying at home. That is why we need to make sure that their bedrooms are organized and well-kept all the time. With a clean bedroom, you can always be sure that they sleep soundly at night and wake up with a more positive vibe.
But with our very busy schedule, it seems that this chore can be a very difficult task. And it is not just their rooms that you need to worry about; you also need to make sure that every nook in your home is also clean. But don’t fret too much, because here is a short guide that will help you remove the clutter from kid’s room in a more hassle-free and fun manner.
Install some blinds
Home accessories such as Venetian blinds or roller blinds are great for keeping excessive sunlight away from your kid’s room. This is usually installed on bathroom and kitchen windows, but you can also use it in the bedroom. Blinds can keep your kid’s bedroom comfortable during the summer and it also provides them some privacy. When you close the blinds at night, they won’t be too scared about that boogeyman that’s peeking at their window.
Consider your kid’s viewpoint
A design that works for an adult bedroom may not be totally effective when you apply it on your kid’s room. So make sure that you consider your child’s vantage point whenever you are organizing the storage space, furniture, and accessories.
Keep in mind that their hands are smaller than yours, so you need to purchase smaller furniture for their room. Avoid putting closet doors to prevent their fingers from getting pinched. Clothing rods should be lowered, and use open containers for storing their toys.
Sort their belongings
Even though a kid’s bedroom is small, you might be surprised at how disheveled it can be. To make things easier, sort out their belongings first and remove the ones that they don’t really need. You can start with their drawers. Do they have any apparel that they’ve outgrown? It’s best if you just give them to charity. If your child has an over abundance toys, you can store the ones that he don’t really play with, and then keep them in another room. Let him choose the toys that need to stay.
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