The Ultimate Guide For Organizing Your Home Room By Room – 90 Revolutionary Tips and Tricks

Kids’ Room Organization Tips.

View in gallery

It’s important to teach the kids how to be organized but, to do that, you need to be organized yourself. Come up with a way to make things fun. For example, use baskets or colorful boxes and show the kids how to store their toys and other personal items.{found on site}.

View in gallery

Little items often get lost so find a way to store and organize them. These clear hanging shoe organizers are perfect. There’s a compartment for everything and, because they’re see-through, it’s very easy to find the item you need.{found on theitalianmomma}.

View in gallery

Storing things under the bed is very practical. Things like toys can be easily stored and hidden, leaving the floor clean and beautiful.{found on site}.

View in gallery

Organize an area for the kids where they can draw, write and be creative. Store their crayons and supplies in small buckets and hang them on the wall.{found on styleoyster}.

View in gallery

A playtable on wheels would be perfect for the kids’ room. They can move it around and store their toys in the compartments. If you can’t find one, make one yourself using a shelving unit, casters and a tabletop.{found on ikeahackers}.

View in gallery

Chalkboard paint is extremely useful in spaces like this one. Use it on storage boxes and containers to teach the kids how to stay organized. They’ll also love the idea of being able to doodle on their furniture.{found on sunnysblog}.

View in gallery

These small bookshelves are great for the kids’ room. Install them on the wall somewhere where the kids can reach them and show them how to store and display their books in there.{found on thesweetsurvival}.

View in gallery

Instead of buying or making bookshelves, you can use spice racks. They’re perfect. All you have to do is mount them on the wall.{found on domesticsimplicity}.

View in gallery

You can also use wooden crates. They’re great for storing anything from books to toys and clothes. Purchase some unfinished wooden crates and then paint them. If you wish to use them for book storage, cut them down the middle to make shelves.{found on iheartorganizing}.

View in gallery

Cubbies and crates are a perfect combination. The kids can store there all sorts of things and they would be neatly organized and easy to grab.{found on iheartorganizing}.

View in gallery

If your kid likes to play with Legos, then you’ll have to come with a storage system for all the little pieces. One idea is to store them by color. Use bins, tape and paint to label them.{found on site}.

View in gallery

You can also store the Lego pieces is see-through containers, stack them and use them to make a desk. It’s actually a very fun idea.{found on ourweefamily}.

View in gallery

Store things like crayons and other art supplies in cups and hang them on the wall. You’ll need to install a thin rod to hold them all.{found on flowerchild}.

View in gallery

These lovely net shelves are lovely and great for the kids’ room. They’re perfect for storing and displaying sports gear or stuffed animals.{found on site}.

View in gallery

Books or small toys can be stored in a pocket organizer. You can buy one or make one yourself using fabric. You can make the pockets are big as you want.{found on ecbloom}.

PART 5 — OFFICE & CRAFT ROOM