Organizing Little Girls' Rooms?

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Two of my girls share a bedroom. It is quite large, so there are lots of areas with potential. The problem is, they are swimming in their stuff! How do I organize their hats, purses, shoes, Barbies, jewelry, craft supplies, etc.? I am on a limited budget, but I will have a bit of money to work with in a couple months.


What can I do to organize all the chaos? I don't mind re-purposing things or doing craft projects. But what do I do? Help!

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August 27, 20140 found this helpful

Baskets, tins in various sizes, and my old stand by.... shoe boxes.
They can be painted or covered with contact or pretty wall paper. A kitchen mug rack is great for purses. The little rack some people use for hanging brooms and mops is great for belts and purses. The key is... don't leave anything just lying about either hang it or box it up. Under the bed is a great storage area.

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July 8, 20150 found this helpful

Perhaps it's time to enlist the girls and go thro what's not loved, outgrown, etc. Promise them it will go to goodwill or similar.


Then when some of the stuff is gone, that's the time to organize. it's their room so keep them involved.

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