From clothes, toys, and books, children tend to amass just as many things as we do. Even if the cleanest you have ever seen your child’s room looks like everything piled on one side of the room, it is time to implement some creative storage solutions. The right storage solutions can get rid of clutter and help keep the room clean for as long as possible.
You can easily recreate the window seating look without having to hire a contractor. Invest in a bench or ottoman that also double as a storage container. With cubbies underneath or ottoman-style storage, this method will complement the interior of the room, and it does not take up much space. Simply measure the dimensions of the window so that you can put a bench that nestles right in the crook of the window.
Built-In Shelving System
Take advantage of every nook and curve in your child’s room by installing shelving units. In fact, you can build in a series of lower shelves to store their toys and favorite books. The upper shelves can be installed to house collectibles and decor accessories.
Cubby systems have become super trendy. You even can create a cubby standing by putting together a few freestanding cubbies. Simply choose a corner or side of the room that will best accommodate the cubby system. Open cubbies are great for storing art supplies, plush animals, and collectibles. You can even use the top of the cubby as a television stand where the gaming system and cable box can go.
Built-In Desk Unit
Building in a desk unit is well worth the expense, especially if your child is at school age already. This desk provides a dedicated space for your kids to complete their homework. The closed drawers can hold stationery products and other items that you do not want to see lying around the room.
A toy trunk is a great way to organize all your kid’s toys and dress-up clothes. However, a toy trunk is not just for toys; you can also use it to store linens, pillows, cherished mementos, and other items.
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