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Storage Ideas For Kid’s Bedrooms

How do you organise a messy child’s bedroom? Good question! With a child of any age, they have an abundance of toys that constantly get in the way, and with it being exceptionally hard to find places to store the ever-growing selection of stuff, organisation is key. Here are some nifty top tips to keep your child’s bedroom tidy…

Cabin beds

Some of the most innovative children’s beds, the cabin bed offers storage solutions wherever possible. Built-in cupboards, drawers, shelves and desks, there’s ample space for your kids to store their toys, clothes, school supplies and so much more. For the ones that incorporate a desk, this also makes for a great spot to do their homework.

High sleepers

The higher the bed, the more storage space you have. Whether it’s a midi or high bed, the space that’s freed up underneath is ideal for storage. Similar to cabin beds, high sleepers also find ways to incorporate shelves, drawers, desks, cupboards, wardrobe space and hanging rails, ideal for storing anything from clothes, books, toys or decorations.

Ottoman beds

Whether your child’s bedroom can allow for a single, small double or double bed, an ottoman is a perfect way to utilise storage in a furnishing that would otherwise be there. Either lifting from the side or foot end, an ottoman certainly offers the most amount of storage by comparison to other bed frames.

Underbed drawers

A bed is always going to be in your child’s room, so why not utilise the space underneath? Most of us can be guilty of storing random belongings under our beds in an un-orderly fashion and it becomes easy to forget about them. However, with under bed drawers, your child’s toys can be organised and is a great way to store away the ever-growing pile of stuff.

Blanket boxes

Most blanket boxes are large and therefore can hold a significant amount of stuff. What’s more – they can double up as somewhere to sit when they are up against a wall or bed.

If you have any more top tips for organising your child’s bedroom, let us know in the comments below…

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