If you’re tired of cleaning up after your messy child day after day, it might be time to rethink your current storage situation. Of course their cleaning (or lack thereof) habits contribute to the state of their bedroom, but there are steps you can take to make organization easier and less of a chore for your child. At Closet & Storage Concepts serving the North Jersey area, we specialize in creating custom storage solutions to match your lifestyle and the needs of your space. Here we’ll explore different options for creating custom closet storage in your child’s bedroom to increase their organization and reduce your stress.
Closet Designs With Your Child In Mind
Most kids naturally have less of an inclination to keep things clean and organized. That’s one of the reasons why a cookie cutter-made closet doesn’t often work well to help them stay tidy. If the storage system isn’t made to fit their specific needs, it’s harder for them to find designated space for certain things. By designing a customized closet with their lifestyle in mind, you can ensure there will be a place for everything. If your child plays a lot of sports, you should make sure to include ample shelving and storage for their equipment and uniforms. If they are avid readers, including plenty of shelving for their books is key. Designing a closet system based on their individual lifestyle and storage needs can reduce clutter and make it quicker and easier for them to maintain a clean room.
Make It Appealing To Them
An important factor in a child’s custom closet design is to include them in the process. Let them choose some of the features and styles of the closet components. Making it appealing to them, both in looks and in function, will make them more inclined to use it once it’s complete. At Closet & Storage Concepts of North Jersey, we design and build all of our custom furniture and storage components in our own factories. This means we can build solutions for any space, as well as offer a variety of styles, colors, and finishes. Allowing your child to pick some of these features of the custom closet can make them feel included and get excited about the project. Having them choose some of the components, such as a hidden laundry hamper or a slide-out mirror, can make it seem a little more fun (or at least as fun as home storage can be for a kid).
If you want to learn more about your child’s customized closet options, contact Closet & Storage Concepts today to schedule a free design consultation for your North Jersey home!