Organizing any room can be a challenge, but the teenage girl doesn’t just want her room organized. She wants it organized and pretty. Look and functionality must collide so mommas across the nation can smile and their daughter(s) can enjoy their own space. Below, you’ll find some ideas to help organize a teen girl’s room. They’re functional and pretty, and each will provide inspiration for April’s Project of the Month– the kid’s room, regardless of your child’s age.
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The Organized Closet Space
Use bins, baskets, crates, and totes and labels are always a good idea!
Bookshelves aren’t just for books anymore. Use for storage and to display their favorite items.
It could be a dresser, vanity, or desk. Or you may have a piece of furniture that combines all three. Give them a place to sit, work on homework or just text, write a letter to their best friend or a novel, do their hair or make faces in the mirror.
It’s not just about bins and baskets. Find creative ways to organize all that stuff they can’t live without. Love, Love, Love this guitar case storage idea!
Even if you don’t have a captains bed, under the bed is prime storage space. Use it wisely!
We are on our way to getting the kid’s room organized. My two teen girls have blessed me so much in the past couple of months. They’ve worked hard in school, pressed through difficult challenges, and always offer to help not just me, but others in their lives. They have patiently waited for their rooms to get worked on, and I want this month’s challenge to bless them for all they do.
Do you have a kiddo that’s just awesome? Of course you do! Let’s get in their rooms, help them clean and organize it; and in the next two weeks, we’ll work on making it a space they’ll love. That’s the beauty of working on one room, one month at a time.