Completely empty the playroom. It may seem obvious, but the first step to creating an organized room is to completely empty it. Remember, it’s hard to create an organized space when it’s still full of all that stuff. Take all of the contents of the room out so you can start from scratch.
As with most things, simplicity rules when it comes to toy room organization. This way the room is calming and easy to maintain. Make it a point to de-clutter the toy room every season and get rid of old, broken items that they no longer play with.
The label maker is going to be your new BFF. Labeling storage containers is always a great idea. If your child is too young to read pictures work just as well.
The dreaded toy box. Sure, it sounds like a good idea, but in reality it’s almost a guaranteed way for kids not to play with all of their toys. Not to mention, they’ll make a huge mess to play with one specific toy. Clear storage bins work well, as well as clear plastic bins, so they can see what is in the boxes.
Stuffed animals are one of those items that pile up fast, and they’re difficult to organize. Give them a home, so they aren’t scattered everywhere.
Last but not least, have your kids pitch in with playroom cleaning so they understand the importance of organization. Remind them to put away one toy before starting with the next.
Give your little one a place to stretch their imagination and create a playroom that kids want to play in. Corral toys and other miscellaneous items instead of having them sprawled around a kids’ room or all over your house in general.