Tips No. 156. Small furniture will open up your space.No matter how big your bedroom is, opt for small pieces of furniture and you will free up your space significantly. It’s better to have a few pieces with drawers and a few floating shelves than a large closet. In this way, you will achieve the better results because each and every item will find their "home". In the large closet, they could be scattered and invisible.
Tips No. 271. Let’s play the "Cut clutter game"!This is a special challenge for you. And for your kids, too. After explaining of the decluttering process, go from intention to realization. Here is a step-by-step guide for decluttering children’s room.a. Toss and put away: Use trash and recycle boxes or bags. Toss everything that are missing important parts or that are broken. You should decide together with your kids. You can create the "not sure" box but decide as soon as possible.b. Cleaning: Use this opportunity to dust, vacuum and wipe down furniture. It’s a good idea to involve your kids in cleaning their room.c. Divide and conquer: To achieve the best results, you can divide children’s room into several main zones. These are 1) the sleeping zone, 2) study zone, 3) the entertaining zone, and 4) the grooming zone.
Tips No. 292. Choose the appropriate storage.Now, kids’ room is under control. Relatively. But half a loaf is better than none! So, be careful. If your children go back to their old habits, toys, clothing and papers are likely to start piling up again. Of course, you don't want that to happen! Therefore, you have to devote some time to your little ones, teaching them to follow good habits. You can teach your child that each and every item has a "home".Your little ones learn by example and they want to be involved. Therefore, allow them to choose the "home" for their favorite books. Ask your child to help you select the right storage space. It is important that this storage should make sense for your child, not for you. Thus, your child will learn basic organizing skills.