Home Organization, Kids' Bedrooms Organization

Kids’ Bedrooms

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If you’re a parent, you know how challenging it can be to keep your kids’ bedrooms organized and clutter-free. Toys, clothes, books, and other items can quickly accumulate and take over a room. However, having a cluttered space can negatively impact your child’s mental and physical health. A tidy and organized bedroom can help them feel calm, relaxed, and more productive.

Tips on how to organize and declutter your kids’ bedrooms:

  • Get rid of what’s not needed: Start by decluttering. Go through your child’s belongings and identify items that are no longer needed or used. Donate, sell, or dispose of these items. Be sure to involve your child in this process and explain why it’s important to let go of items they no longer need.
Get kids involved in organizing their bedrooms
  • Use storage solutions: Utilize storage solutions such as shelves, baskets, and bins to keep your child’s belongings organized. Consider using labels or color-coding to make it easier for your child to find what they need. Use under-the-bed storage for items that are used less frequently.
  • Create zones: Designate specific areas in your child’s bedroom for different activities, such as reading, playing, and sleeping. This can help your child stay focused and make it easier to keep their belongings organized.
Limit Toys to help organize Kids' Bedrooms
  • Limit the number of toys: While it can be tempting to buy your child every toy they want, it’s important to limit the number of toys in their bedroom. Too many toys can lead to clutter and make it difficult for your child to focus on one thing. Encourage your child to donate or sell toys they no longer play with.
  • Rotate toys: If your child has a lot of toys, consider rotating them in and out of their bedroom. Keep some toys in storage and switch them out every few months. This can make their toys feel new and exciting as well as reduce the clutter in their bedroom.
Take advantage of vertical space when you organize your kids' bedrooms

More Tips for Organizing Kids’ Bedrooms

  • Use vertical space: Make use of the walls in your child’s bedroom by installing shelves or hanging organizers. This can free up floor space and keep your child’s belongings within easy reach.
  • Involve your child: Encourage your child to be part of the organizing and decluttering process. This can teach them valuable life skills and make them more invested in keeping their bedroom tidy.
Make organizing kids' bedrooms fun
  • Create a cleaning routine: Establish a regular cleaning routine with your child. This can include making the bed, picking up toys, and putting away their clothes. Encourage your child to take responsibility for their belongings and to keep their bedroom clean and organized.

In any home, organizing and decluttering your kids’ bedrooms can be a challenging task, but it’s important for their well-being. Use storage solutions, create zones, limit the number of toys, rotate toys, use vertical space, involve your child, and establish a cleaning routine. These tips can help you create a calm and productive space for your child – one they want to be in.

Here’s to creating an organized space in your kids’ bedroom and RESETTING your, and your kids’ life! 


Organization isn’t about perfection; it’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money, and improving your overall quality of life.” – CHRISTINA SCALISE

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Challenge Day 19 – Kids Bedrooms

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