By Zilya Markoff. Bedroom. Published at Friday, August 24th, 2018 - 12:45:50 PM.
Shoeboxes covered with fabric or wallpaper can be used for storing small toys and crayons. Stack them one on top of the other on a shelf, or tuck them away neatly under a bed. When stacking storage boxes, avoid putting heavy items into high places, in case the child pulls them over. A fabric shoe tidy can be adapted for storing small toys as well as shoes. Mark it with the letters of the alphabet and place items that start with the appropriate letter in each space: tidying up can then become both a game and an educational exercise.
First, you need to decide exactly what you need to get rid of in the way of personal items, such as clothes and accessories. Do you really need everything you've accumulated over the years? Probably not. Thoroughly go through everything you have and decide what you need to keep. You'll be surprised at what you can clear out of a bedroom by simply getting rid of some things that you don't use anymore. The general rule is, if you haven't used it within a year, you probably don't need it!
You don't need to have all of your clothes quickly and easily available to you all of the time. You might want instant access to the clothes that you wear regularly, but for any clothes that you are unlikely to wear more than once or twice a year, you can move them and unused shoes to the sides of your storage facilities giving you greater access to your customary favourites.
The best way to keep your child's room tidy is to make sure that there is a home for everything, and that everything is always kept in the same place. This way, your child will know where an item is stored, where to get it from and, eventually, where to put it back.
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