How To Declutter The Kid’s Bedroom
Your child’s bedroom may be the room in the house that has the most ‘odds and ends’ type of items!
You will likely find game pieces and tokens, mismatched socks, games with missing parts, and more of the same!
For this reason, it may take some extra time to go through everything in your child’s room as you go through each drawer, the closet, under the bed, through the toybox, etc.
Depending on the age of your child, you may want to do the initial decluttering without your child present. Small kids may not understand what you are doing and they will be upset when you get rid of their toys, even if they have outgrown them, they are broken or they have missing parts.
As you get started on your decluttering mission, the following checklist, specifically designed for the kid’s bedroom, will give you a great start to getting this room in perfect ‘no-clutter’ condition!
Kid’s Bedroom Declutter Checklist
- Damaged Toys
- Outgrown Toys
- Decorative Pillows
- Linens, Sheets & Blankets
- Stained Bedspread Or Comforter + Dust Ruffle
- Bed Pillows
- Damaged Or Stained Rugs
- Damaged & Outgrown Books
- Damaged Window Blinds & Curtains
- Damaged Decor Or Decor You No Longer Like
- Broken Lamps
- Electronic Gadgets, Chargers, Etc.
- Broken Fans & Space Heaters
- Damaged Or No Longer Liked Furniture
- Video Games
- Video Game System & Electronics
- Pull Stuff From Under The Bed
- Wall Hangings & Posters
- Odds & Ends Game & Toy Parts
- Color Books, Crayons & Markers
- Items That Do Not Belong In This Room
- All Other Unnecessary Items
- Broken Items
Save the checklist below to refer back to later or share it with a friend that is in ‘declutter mode’ and would love to have more direction and additional ideas! 😊
Declutter Checklists For Every Room & Area Of Your Home
Are you doing a complete declutter of your entire home?
Check out the declutter lists for every room and all areas of your house to give you an additional boost on your journey to a perfectly decluttered home!