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.
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.
Rethink the bedroom furniture - Bedroom furniture can be great in a room, but it can also use up much needed floor space and not provide as much storage space and one might think. Especially in a kids room, it's a good idea to rethink the type of furniture that can provide the most organizational storage, and not use up much floor space. One popular bed style today is a bed made with storage for kids that offers drawers underneath the bed frame. These serve the same purpose as a chest or dresser and depending on what size you choose, can offer as much or more space to store things. Choosing this type of bed can free up a lot of square footage in the room, plus it is a practical product for storage.
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