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Organisation helps good habits start early

It's easier to keep things tidy in the kids’ room when there's a place for everything. Good storage can even make it fun for them to stay organised all by themselves – the more so if you let them decide where each thing should go.

A boy organising balls, bottles, toys, paper projects and toy cars on a wall with four white MOSSLANDA picture ledges.
A boy organising balls, bottles, toys, paper projects and toy cars on a wall with four white MOSSLANDA picture ledges.

Toy storage ready for playtime

Playtime is more fun with all toys in order. And cleaning up after playtime (to get things in order) is easier with good storage for everything at the right height. Which again, makes playtime more fun. It’s a positive spiral.

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A children’s room with a wall clock, a mirror, a skateboard and a white TROFAST storage combination with nine yellow boxes.
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Easy-access pull-out wardrobe

Clothes storage made especially for children gives them a full overview of what’s inside and makes getting dressed in the morning much easier. The same goes for putting clean laundry in and keeping clutter out.

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A boy looking for clean socks in a white box beside an open, white SMÅSTAD wardrobe with pull-out unit filled with clothes.
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Children’s hangers in cheerful colours

Unlike wooden hangers, these colourful coat-hangers are flexible so there’s no risk of breaking them. They also take less space than wooden ones, so you’ll have more room for clothes.

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A boy is putting an orange t-shirt onto a durable, blue BAGIS children’s coat hanger made from plastic.
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Boxes to care for your clothes

Organisers, baskets and boxes inside your wardrobe help keep things tidy and easy to find. Especially if they have separate compartments for t-shirts, underwear, socks and more.

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A boy standing next to a TROFAST storage combination, holding a white RASSLA box with compartments filled with blue socks.
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Their first laundry day

Most children have days when they are extra keen to help out – days that are the perfect opportunity to encourage good tidying habits. Why not let them lend a hand with the laundry and teach them how to take care of their own clothes?

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A white MULIG drying rack with children’s clothes and socks hanging from SLIBB hanging clothes pegs with plastic loops.
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A basket for resourceful recycling

Why not keep a special basket for things that the children have grown out of? Both toys and clothes. It’s a good thing to learn to pass on to others what you no longer need.

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A picture ledge, two white DRÖNJÖNS wastepaper baskets with toys inside and a boy’s hand throwing a toy into one of them.
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Cabinets for a cuddly display

Open cabinets over the bed make a perfect home for soft toys and keep them within reach when it’s bedtime. They also work as a nice display, which make it more fun to put them back in the morning.

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A children’s bedroom with two grey-turquoise EKET cabinets filled with toys and a blue quilt cover with a banana pattern.
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A lamp for good, clean fun

With keeping a tidy room comes keeping a tidy desk. And that’s much easier with a work lamp for proper lighting. After some well-lit creative work, there are simply no excuses for leaving a mess out – whatever time of day.

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A children’s desk with scissors, origami made from MÅLA paper in mixed colours and a white FUBBLA LED work lamp.
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Show off your books and toys

A unit that shows the covers of books rather than their spines encourages reading. But it doesn’t just have to store books. It can display anything you like, including the latest building block masterpiece.

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A book display holding books, a Bluetooth® speaker and several white BYGGLEK LEGO® boxes with lids and building blocks.
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Stay energised with a quick snack

Cleaning your own room can be quite an effort. Remember to get a bite to eat to keep the mood and energy levels up.

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A child playing on the floor, building blocks in different colours and two MUNSBIT nut bars, one of them half-eaten.
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