Have you ever walked into your child’s room and the room looked like a tornado hit it. This is no surprise. Kids rooms are often the most destroyed rooms in many households because there is a lack of focus, organization and responsibility. Fortunately, your kid’s room does not always have to look like that. Here are a few tips that can help you to make your kid’s rooms more functional

Ensure There is Proper Storage Space

One of the best ways to ensure that your child’s room remains as functional and clean as possible is to ensure there is proper storage space. You cannot expect your child to clean up their toys if they have nowhere to store them. Look for storage solutions that help provide a space for the different types of items that are stored in your child’s room, such as a bookshelf for their books and toys bins to sort different toys.

Create a Creative Corner

Consider creating a creative corner in your child’s room to increase functionality. A creative corner gives your child the space they need to be creative. Consider putting in a child’s sized table where they can do art, or bean bag chairs where they can read. This gives them the space they need to get creative and helps to keep the area clutter-free.

Make the Space Conducive for Sleeping

One of the biggest mistakes parents make when designing a kid’s room is not making the space conducive for sleeping. Instead, they set the space up for playing. Your child needs to sleep in their room, so select wall colors that are not overstimulating, and ensure their furniture is comfortable and cozy. If your child is not sleeping well, it may be time to get back to basics, remove clutter, and go for a more simplistic design.

Consider creating a creative corner in your child's room to increase functionality. A creative corner gives your child the space they need to be creative. Consider putting in a child's sized table where they can do art, or bean bag chairs where they can read.

Teach Your Kids to Clean

The last tip to help increase the functionality in your kid’s rooms is to teach your kids to clean. Before pulling a new toy out, teach your kids to put their other toys away. This helps to ensure there is space for what they are trying to play with, and helps to decrease the amount of clutter out at any given time. Teach fun songs or activities to help make clean up time fun rather than a chore.

A kid’s room does not have to be the most challenging space in the home to keep clean and ensure it is functional. At Hannah Custom Homes & Remodeling, we can provide you with the functional spaces that you need in your home. Whether you are building a custom home or renovating your existing home, we will work with you to make the spaces you are envisioning in your head come to life. Contact us today to discuss your home and how we can help you!