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.
Constantly harping at your children to keep their rooms clean gets old. In fact, it can be rather frustrating to a parent. One minute the room is clean and in order, the next minute, it is a wreck and all the toys your child owns are scattered all over the place. One solution to your problem is as simple as providing them with the proper kids storage furniture. The truth is, most children probably have more toys than they actually play with. But, take one of them away and it is guaranteed they will notice. Kids storage furniture can actually help to get their toys organized. In fact, when helping your child to organize their room after they get the furnishings in place, you may want to help them to store them according to how much their played with. This can help keep the amount of clutter down.
Before decorating your children's shared bedroom, talk to each child individually about their favorite colors, decorating ideas, and plans for the room. Discuss various kid's storage options and let your children help decide ways to store their things to make cleaning up easy. Also find out from each child what they think their sibling will want the room to look like and discuss compromises they may both like.
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