Tips No. 272. Declutter kid’s room – surplus furniture.If kid’s room is jammed with surplus furniture, it’s time to declutter. Having too many tables, baskets, kids tabourets, and other things make the room appear smaller.a. Get rid of surplus furniture Think what will stay and what will go. You can sell them at the garage sale or you can donate them. The same basic rule for decluttering applies here – less is more!b. The way you arrange furniture can make a big difference. Find a spot for each and every piece that makes the most sense to you.
Tips No. 314. A clever idea for big toys.Toys everywhere. Large dolls, big plastic toys, toy trucks, and other big toys create a lot of our clutter. Keep big toys well organized and easily accessible by putting them in a plastic hamper! You can get your kids to pick up their toys. They only need a special place for their special items. It doesn't matter how much that special place costs. It could be an old basket as you can see. It’s important to teach your kids to declutter their playroom.
Tips No. 320. Display child’s favorites.A simple and inexpensive garment rack is always a great clutter-busting solution. You can turn kid’s closet into a display for their favorites. There is an old rule – out of sight, out of mind. You can find a garment rack with extra storage on the bottom that could be utilized for kids’ shoes and backpacks. Therefore, everything is transparent and accessible and it will make getting dressed quick and easy.