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Keeping Your Kid's Room Organized


Get Your Kids Organized at all Ages

There’s probably not a parent on the planet that doesn’t long for the time their kids will get to the point of figuring out that whole “organization” thing. In this article by Jennifer Haupt writing for hgtv.com, she goes to the experts for some help in this area. According to organizational experts, you can start working with your kids on their organizational skills as early as age 2. They say that consistency is key in getting them on track to be good organizers. You’ll love all the tips and tricks you can use, so read the full article here.

8 Great Tips to Organize Kids’ Rooms

In this incredibly insightful article by Cynthia Ewer, author of Complete Idiot’s Guide to Getting Organized, writing for organizedhome.com, we get a lot of very helpful tips on how to organize our kids’ rooms in such a way that they can actually use it and stay organized. Taking you design and organization ideas by getting on your kids level is the first place Cynthia recommends we start. From using open baskets for small kids, to taking those pinch possible sliding closet doors completely off and using something easier to get into, the author has a ton of ideas to get your kids’ room organized and make it possible for them to keep it that way. Check out all the great information by reading the full article here.

15 Simple, Budget-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Kids’ Room for the New Year

In this wonderful article on Apartmenttherapy.com, we get a myriad of tips to help us organize the rooms of our little ones without being forced to break the bank. We especially like a lot of these vertical options. From using hanging baskets on the wall to adding shelving to the side of dressers, there’s some really inexpensive ways of giving your kids more storage spaces that also look really cute. Check out all the fabulous photographs and descriptions by reading the full article here.

10 Tips for Organizing Your Child’s Room

It’s no surprise that the folks at Lowes.com have a few ideas about organizing your child’s room and that’s why they bring us this great article to help us corral our children’s chaos. From making clean up time a game like everything else, to making sure you’ve got a place for everything that is kid accessible, this article will give you tons of ideas, tips and tricks to make sure you give your children an yourself a fighting shot at staying organizes. Check out all the helpful information by reading the full article here.

Organizing Your Child’s Room

Debra Milne writing for styleathome.com went to the experts for some great advice on getting and keeping your child’s room organized and she brings it to us in this article. From using different colored, kid sized hangers when you have two kids using the same closet, to really evaluating your space and your needs before you go out and buy storage and organizing bins, to giving yourself a break and not expecting to conquer Rome or your child’s room in a day, this article really has some thoughtful advice and helpful hints. Check out all the great information by reading the full article here


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