Kids these days own a lot of stuff, and if you have little ones, you will understand how difficult it is to control their endless supply of toys, clothes and gadgets!
After all, step into any kid’s bedroom and you’re likely to be faced with a mountain of chaos! But did you know that there are a whole host of fun, practical and effective storage solutions that you can integrate into your little one’s bedroom?
We’ve created a list of some of the ways that you can keep on top of your favourite people’s mess. It really is possible to have children and have a clean house at the same time – we promise!
Fitted wardrobes are great way to conceal all of your kids clothing, toys and shoes in one space!
It will not only allow you to free up much needed floor space in their bedroom, so that they have more space to play, it will also allow you to inject some much needed organisation into their room.
One of the main advantages of fitted wardrobes is that they can be designed to meet your exact requirements. From rail space, spacious drawers and shelving through to shoes racks, bag hooks and spacious top shelf storage, there are a whole host of ways that you can integrate ingenious storage in one concealed space.
You could even label the drawer space with each day of the week, so your little ones can easily find what they need to wear each each day! You could even extend this idea further by labelling each compartment in the wardrobe so that your kids know exactly where everything is, when they need it!
Under the bed storage
The space under your bed is one of the best ways to free up floor space.
And if you’re struggling for space when it comes to finding a suitable home for your little one’s toys, clothes and books, there are a number of effective storage solutions that will allow you to make the most of the space under your bed. These include underbed storage carts with wheels so that they can be easily pulled in and out, as well as individual drawers and baskets.
Create a play table
If you have ever had the joy of stepping on a piece of stray lego, you will understand how painful it is! But when it comes to managing kids play and mess, there are lots of ways that you can limit the chaos by concealing their playtime to one organised space.
And this doesn’t mean that you are spoiling their fun – far from it… If you are tired of clearing up after your little rooms or facing a room that looks like it has been hit by a raging tornado, why not create a play table?
If you have an old coffee table lying around, transform it into a play table for your kids! This will provide a great space for them to play with their building blocks, lego and cars! You could even arrange plastic boxes to house their toys in the coffee table’s shelf space!