An organized shared bedroom can help separate each child's personal things and give them each more privacy, but it may not end the cleaning difficulties. Be sure your children's shared bedroom has a convenient waste basket and plenty of kid's storage. At least once a day, have both children do a quick cleanup of their section of the room, as well as the shared section. Help them learn how to clean quickly and to go through their toys on a regular basis to get rid of broken things and items they no longer play with.
Consider investing on multifunctional storage bins. Today, there are a wide range of storage containers available. They come in various shapes, sizes, types, and designs. Storage boxes with different compartments can be a perfect addition to your kids' rooms. This will allow them to sort out their items, and place them right all in one place. Choose those with attractive designs, and vibrant colors. Kids love diversity, and you would definitely want to buy something that will reflect their personality. It will be a good idea to let them choose the design, which can help entice them to use the storage units.
DIY Dress up Armoire: If you're looking for all the conveniences of a dress-up armoire without the price tag, this may be a good option for you. Purchase individual closet storage pieces and assemble them together. Try using cubbies, large cubicles, and coat racks. Purchase some coat hooks and mirrors and add them in the cubicles and rack area. Don't forget to pick up some baskets for the cubbies! Pros: Customizable, visual appeal, easy for child to use Cons: Hassle of finding and putting together the furniture.
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