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Playroom windows can be outfitted with easy-to-use mini blinds
Mar 16 2011
Creating an organized playroom requires the same routine as any reorganization - evaluate needs, clear space to sort belongings and re-stock the room in easy-to-use containers and shelving.
Involve children in helping to keep their playroom organized.
According to HousekeepingChannel.com, the first step is to assess the activities that normally take place in the playroom, which can range from computer games to arts and crafts. For instance, if a child likes to look through picture books in the playroom, set aside an area for a book nook.
Children can be included in the process of clearing away toys that they've outgrown. It will teach them valuable lessons about cleaning up and passing on toys to other children who can use them.
It's easier to group similar toys and to find items if they are stored in smaller bins rather than a large toy box, the website advises. Freestanding shelving units should be tethered to a wall to prevent toppling accidents. Shelves and bins should be labeled with pictures or words to find certain toys easily.
For different types of play activities, both task and overhead lighting is needed. To bring in as much natural light as possible, aluminum mini blinds are a good choice because they are easy for children to use, affordable and easy to clean.
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