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If you have kids, you know how quickly their space can become total chaos. They are masters of mess and often tend to have quite a few hoarding tendencies as they accumulate toys, clothes and other random stuff over the years. It is little wonder when the time comes to declutter kids bedrooms, it can be a big job.
SIMPLIFY MY LIFE DECLUTTER KIDS BEDROOMS
One area of a kids room that definitely needs a regular overhaul is the wardrobe.
They grow so fast that it can sometimes only be a matter of months before they are moving through clothing or shoe sizes. This means excess stuff that does not need to be in there.
Toys are much the same. Last month they may have loved My Little Pony or Thomas The Tank Engine, but this month they may have moved on to some new gadget that is more age appropriate and entertaining at their fast growing age.
Not to mention all the strange broken parts that accumulate amongst the toys.
These toy storage ideas can help you manage the toys after you declutter!
Decluttering My Life
So to get you started on the kid’s bedroom declutter, download the free printable checklist below:
This month’s checklist is split into two sections – the bedroom and the wardrobe since both are equally large jobs, just like last month with the main bedroom declutter.
Some quick bedroom declutter tips:
- Minimising is a great method in kids rooms… less stuff means less mess.
- Teach kids good habits to avoid them dumping stuff in their room or leaving them untidy.
- Build habits early to have your kids tidying their own space.
- Keep the closet organised by season or size to make it easier to declutter more often.
- Minimise the amount of decoration and unnecessary furniture items in the bedroom – simple is best.
- Invest in some good toy storage systems, such as stackable storage tubs or under bed sliders.
Otherwise, pop over to the challenge page for links to other declutter, organise and simplify tasks as part of the Simplify My Life Challenge. It’s not too late to join in. We’ll be going all year long!
For more kid’s bedroom organisation ideas: