Playroom Before and After

Organizing a child’s playroom can be challenging, especially if you have a lot of toys, games, and stuffed animals taking up space. The key is to find a home for everything and help children understand where items belong. Here are some examples from a playroom we organized for a client:

Without shelves or cubbies, it’s easy for toys and other stuff to end up in a pile on the closet floor. By moving some furniture around, we created a more kid-friendly space that has a specific home for each item, game, or type of toy.
Too many toys for one area of the room, making them hard to use, especially for smaller tykes. It’s also kind of a hodge podge of items that don’t really go together when playing. We just rearranged some toys and shelving in the room so items fit better and toys were within easy reach. Plus, we grouped items that will likely be played with together.
These shelves just needed a little organization. They could be very useful for displaying toys and for storage, so we just had to find the right fit for specific items. This makes better use of the space and shows off a few toys that compliment each other.

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