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December 6th, 2013 | by The Update

{Above} These children’s bedrooms are beautifully organized and decorated so they reflect the kids’ personalities while also being ready for a home tour. 3100 Saint John dr/ Briggs Freeman Sotheby

Kids’ Bedroom & Playroom Organization Ideas and Tips

Whether you’re staging your home to sell or moving into a new place, an organized home is essential for the overall sense of beauty and well-being in your abode.

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Organization is an important skill for children. When you’re listing your home for sale, keeping kids’ bedrooms and playrooms neat and organized is a must! Here are a few simple ways to keep your children’s things organized so their rooms can be ready for a home tour in no time:

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#1: No monsters under the bed— just toys! Build custom drawers or label bins.

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#2: Wall-mounted planters are another unique way to store art supplies or small toys.

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#3: Children’s books can be beautiful decorations! These skinny photo-display shelves also hold books nicely and make them easier for your children to find and put back.

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#4: Simple shelves are a also great way to keep most-loved stuffed animals within reach, but also giving them a “home” to go back to when cleaning up.

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#5: See through containers help children easily find and put back smaller toys and crafts.

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#6: Give children a neat place to hang their artwork so you can keep things organized while also acknowledging their creative efforts.

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#7: Lastly, teach your kids to organize! A simple magnet board (you can even make one from a painted cookie sheet) of chores to-do will help them learn responsibility for their things so you’ll worry less about their rooms being ready for a home tour.

See our previous posts in this series on getting your closet organizedcreating a beautifully organized bathroomunique kitchen organization tips and organizing the odds and ends in your home. Stay tuned for more!

Click here to see more of our recently posted home staging and decor tips.

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