Rule number 1: Get rid of everything superfluous.
Throw away everything that is broken, give away clothes that are not age appropriate, and sell expensive toys that the child no longer uses. Keep crafts, drawings and other memorabilia exactly in the amount that the space can accommodate. And if there is no place at all, then agree that a beautiful creation hangs on the wall for a week, and then it is replaced by new drawings.
Rule #2: Zone the room.
Zoning a room is the division of space into certain zones. It should be immediately clear where the child will sleep, where to store things, where to play and be creative. And it is better to allocate personal space for the child. This is important for every person, even for a small one.
Rule #3: Organize your storage.
In the dressing room, as well as in organizing a place for toys and stationery, the same rules work:
1. Things are convenient to take and return;
2. Things are stored where they are used;
3. Things of the same category lie together;
4. Things that are often used are at eye level, rarely used — places that are difficult to reach have been removed.