By Belda Martin. Kid's Room Storage. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 08:53:11 AM.
One of the biggest problems that most parents face is the issues that revolve around the amount of storage space in their kids room. It seems like no matter what you do there is never enough space available for all the toys and clothing they seen to accumulate. However, there is hope.
Put underutilized areas to work (the backs of doors, the sides of bookcases, under the bed) by using them for additional storage space. Small, portable containers make it easier for kids to gather up toys during cleanup. And they are great for transporting favorite playthings to other rooms – just grab and go.
There are really nice cube shelves that are designed specifically to hold storage boxes and baskets. This way, you have an attractive and practical piece of furniture which will hold the boxes and add color to the room at the same time. Wall-mounted shelves are also a great way to organize stuff. While they usually are not very big, they have the extra added bonus of adding color and character to a room. Most kids rooms have available wall space which you can take advantage of, and kill two birds with one stone.
Next come games and toys. Obviously not everything can be at eye level and easily accessible, so try to figure out which toys and games are most popular. Anything that is stored higher up should be visible to the kids. I am a big believer in baskets and storage bins. While the containers that the toys come in are more colorful and eye-catching, they waste a lot of space since they are all different shapes and sizes.
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