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.
The third thing to think about is what do you want the storage function to be. Do you just need a spot to store bed linens, or are you looking for more? Benches with storage take on many shapes, one bench that may house your linens, would not be what you want if you want to store shoes or boxes with old memories inside. Another function you may want is that this piece of furniture not only has enclosed storage, but may have display areas underneath the bench as well. The final area of consideration for function to think about is what kind of top do you need. Are you going to be sitting on it often, or do you want the beauty of solid wood or other material. If it is in front of a window consider a sitting style bench and if you will sit on it infrequently like for changing clothes a hard top will do just fine.
Kids love to put their fingers in places where they shouldn't be that's okay because that is how kids explore their world. This is why you have to check for yourself if the storage boxes for kids that you're buying has slats small enough for his fingers to get stuck on. Kids love to rough house, poke, push, and run around each other and sometime later one falls on himself. So buy boxes that have smooth and rounded edges so that in case he banged his head on the box while playing there will be no injuries.
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