Last week’s blog post included three tips on how to clean out your playroom before the holiday season. This week, it’s time to organize! These next few steps will help you organize your playroom and (hopefully) keep it that way.
1.) Create Play Stations
Instead of organizing the entire playroom, create play stations within the room. Create an inspiration space for arts and crafts, a construction zone for Legos, a zoo for animals and a nook for reading. These spaces will prevent toys from falling far from their designated place and becoming mixed in with other toys.
2.) Make a Place for Everything
To keep these stations organized, use Chalkboard Fabric Drawers to classify toys by subject. Fabric Drawers are also great because the soft fabric prevents any injuries that could occur with an otherwise sharp edge.
3.) Maximize Space with More Storage
Maximize space and storage by selecting pieces that double as both. This KidSpace Mini Bench is perfect to create a reading spot, and also organize your books.
4.) Plan for the Child on the Move
If you often find that your child likes to move from the playroom, to the living room and then to the kitchen, use a mobile toy chest . This way, their toys will stay organized no matter where they decide to play that day.
We hope these tips help you keep your playroom organized, fun and under control in the new year! For more organization and lifestyle tips, visit ClosetMaid.com, and check out all of our other channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Houzz and Flickr.