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  • Cut The Clutter In Your Child’s Room

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    Here are some creative ideas for cutting the clutter in your child's room. Kids have a lot of toys, and it's sometimes hard finding areas in the room to store them. Take a look at some of these ideas courtesy of HGTV:

    Closet Transformation: Dead Space Becomes a Workstation

    Double the storage capacity in your child's closet by adding another rod for clothing. With all the extra space, you can construct a workstation from MDF (medium density fiberboard) for homework and crafts. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

    Crouching Deer, Hidden Storage: Decoration With Function

    Install kitchen cabinets in a child's room for ingenious storage. The insides can accommodate baskets full of toys and books, and the cabinet fronts can accommodate decorative decals, so it's not an eyesore. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn
    Conquering Wasted Space: A Newborn's Classy Closet

    A baby's closet is usually a mess of clutter because the area isn't organized for anything other than hanging clothes. Conquer the clutter with containers and smart shelving. Image Courtesy of The Container Store.

    Read more at HGTV

    Filed under: Common Household Repairs, Home Mechanic Tips, Painting & Remodeling, The Power of Feng Shui
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