Provide each child with their own personal kid's storage for treasures and items they want to keep private. Night tables with a drawer and shelf are great for notebooks, journals, favorite toys, and books. A personal shelf beside each bed will work just as well for children sharing bunk beds or a room with limited space. Locking boxes for each child will allow privacy for their individual treasures. Children's storage bins that hide away beneath the bed are also a great way to give each child their own storage space.
When it comes to decor, choose a box that has painted on decor with a beautiful finish rather than stickers because later on the adhesive weakens and there is a danger that one of the kids will eat the sticker when they peel from the box. Buy age appropriate storage boxes for kids to be sure that your child is using the right product for his age. That shouldn't be hard since these days most manufacturers put that information on their labels.
Do yourself a favor and make it easy for everyone in the house to help you. Even toddlers can put their own clothes away if you simply lay pajamas flat instead of folding, use children's hangers instead of adult hangers, and have a separate bucket for socks and burp cloths. Lower your perspective and think about what would be easy on your child's level. Infant hangers and baby hangers are much easier to handle, plus they don't stretch and damage little clothes. Clothes that don't wrinkle, don't necessarily have to be folded or hung. Making daily tasks easier will make organization a lower maintenance job.
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