• Rekita Brooks

Declutter Kids Bedroom Challenge

Did you declutter your kids' room during the summer, or are you planning on doing it when they go back to school? Kids' rooms can be one of the most challenging places to declutter because they never want to get rid of anything, but it's doable.

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Think about how you want things organized and think about the available space. Depending on the child's age, the first task should be going through the toy box. Anything that's broken needs to go to the trash immediately. Any toys the kids have outgrown can be given to charity or goodwill. Books that are old and outdated, worn, and torn are items for the garbage.

Once you figure out which toys will stay, you can decide how you want to store them. Bookshelves, cubes, and bins are your friends. There are so many different ways they can each be used for storage. They will give the room lots of space with everything having a place.

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Clothes and shoes may take some time, depending on the last time you gave clothes away. You should have three piles: trash, goodwill, and items to keep. You should hang up as many clothes as possible. Depending on the size of the closet, shelving would be a great idea. Your goal is to make use of the space you have. It may sound hard, but with a few ideas to look at, you'll have the room decluttered and organized in no time:



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Happy Decluttering,

Rekita @ Genuinely Organized

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