Kids' Furniture, Décor & Storage

Is It Possible To Organize Toy Clutter?

 Every year it seems like your child's toy clutter gets worse and worse. You and your parents shower your children with tons of toys at birthdays and Christmas every year. The result? Massive toy clutter! The next time that you ask your children to clean their rooms, making it easy on them by following the 7 top tips for organizing yoy clutter below.

 

Get down on your knees

 To see just how daunting the task is from your child's point of view, get down on their level. This can present some surprising storage space ideas that actually work since they are accessible to your kids.

 

Ask your child for some ideas

 This works on the same level as the first tip. Ask your child to get involved with the organization of her toys. You may be surprised by the ideas she has to offer. This also makes her more likely to have fun when picking up her toys.

 

Reward organization

 Telling your child that you are losing your mind with toy clutter all over the house is not the best way to accomplish what you desire. But children understand rewards. Set up a system for weekly or monthly rewards depending on how many days your child's room is neat and organized.

 

Separate and contain

 If all of your child's stuffed animals, video games, comic books, robots and other toys are stored in one large container, you are creating a mess every time your child wants to play with any of them. Separate your toys by type, storing them in separate bins or containers.

 

Make a trade

 If your child wants to play Minecraft, tell him he can do that as soon as he puts up the toy car set he just finished playing with. This will minimize clutter since he will always have just one toy out at a time.

 

Set a schedule to start good habits

 Organize and stick to a morning and evening toy pickup routine. Rather than letting clutter buildup all week long and then forcing your child to agonizingly spend 2 or 3 hours cleaning their room, 10 or 15 minutes at the beginning and evening of everyday makes clearing toy clutter quick and simple.

 

Creating a fun kids' bedroom

Kids have a lot of developing to do they are discovering the world and starting on life's journey to independence. Setting up your baby's nursery is a very exciting time for expecting or new parents. So having the right things at home can make it a little easier and will last your child from baby through to starting school.From the day you bring them home until they’re almost all grown up, your children’s furniture will help you turn your home into the best possible playground.

There's a great choice of children's bedroom furniture and fun decorating styles that will grow together with them. With a range of options to suit any budget, the only limit to decorating the kids' bedroom is your imagination!

There are also a few funky items that are ever popular with kids. In particular the animal-shaped night lights for younger children that change color from pink to green and lavender and blue; they are just lovely and kids love them.

Color is the next thing to choose for your child's bedroom, although recommend finding fabric for the window coverings and doona before choosing a paint color. "It's a lot easier to match a paint color to fabric than the other way round," she says.

And don't think for one moment that beanbags are exclusively for groovy grown-ups, with a range of kid-size bags available in a variety of shapes, colors and fun motifs. These are perfect for kids' bedrooms: Just be sure you get a good-quality one, with an inner calico bag, That way when you need to wash the cover you don't get beans everywhere..

There are lots of things you can do to make a great kids' bedroom for your little ones. Children's bedrooms have a great deal potential for fun, and although you could spend a fortune, you really don't need to, with a few simple decorating ideas.

Trundle beds that can roll under your child's bed are a better idea. Not only are they great for sleepovers, but they also provide an extra storage area. A basic general rule when creating a children's bedroom is to keep furniture quite simple, so as your child grows it's easy to update colors and decorations according to their tastes.

Additional children's furniture that can add a playful touch to the room without costing the earth includes old favorites such as hat stands, over-sized alphabet letters, quirky clocks, novelty doorknobs, sports theme decor and decals that can be put on and removed when it suits. "The decals are great for feature walls or enlivening a wardrobe or bookshelves," says Carey.

If you're aiming to add some fun to your child's bedroom, find a furniture supplier in your area and let your imagination loose: