5 Fun Ways to Organize and Redecorate a Child’s Bedroom and a $149 DiaNoche Designs GIVEAWAY!

Congrats to our winner Peter!

The beginning of a new school year is a great time to start thinking about organizing your child’s bedroom. Toys leftover from playtime during summer vacation should be put away and space should be cleared for a clean environment that’s good for doing homework.

5 Ways to Organize And Redecorate  A  Child's Bedroom  And a $149  DiaNoche Designs  GIVEAWAY!

Having a clean, open space will make it much easier for your child to concentrate on his or her studies. A well-organized bedroom will have plenty of storage for toys, clothes, and school supplies each in their own space making clean up easy for moms and kids. Start the school year right with these five tips to organize your child’s bedroom, save space and create an environment that is reflective of their personality and emanates joy!

1.Decorate the room with multi-purpose products that do Double Duty

Add decoration to your child’s room with cork boards, multi-pocket organizers, and more. A cork board can display pictures, homework reminders, artwork, and notes from friends that will eliminate clutter that can easily pile up on desks, bureaus and night stands; at the same time multi-purpose organizers keep your child organized for school. Hang multi-pocket organizers on the inside of closet doors to hold hair accessories, cold weather gear, sunglasses, hats, shoes, jewelry, pens and pencils, or small toys. Look for seating that doubles as storage such as removable cushion-topped ottomans with space where you can stash small toys.

And one of my FAVORITE ways to decorate a child’s room is with DiaNoche Designs Illuminated Wall Art–  the perfect nightlight for the nursery, your children’s bedroom, a dark hallway, dull living room, or any wall or space that needs radiance. Their Signature Illuminated Wall Art, bedding, shower curtains, canvas wall art, and more feature  images of artists’ original works  and enliven a space during the day, while calming Illuminated Wall Art creates ambiance at night with the flip of a switch.

All of their artistic products are made in the USA from the BEST quality materials available. Want something custom? Just ask! They can turn photos, company logos, children’s artwork and more into an amazing artistic masterpiece on any of our products! Gift Certificates are also available for purchase.

5 Ways to Organize Redecorate  A  Child's Bedroom  And a $149  DiaNoche Designs  GIVEAWAY!

DiaNoche Designs allow kids  to make a personal connection with their art and space and express themselves in a new way, create something together with their loved ones, or design a conversation piece that will get used every day. DiaNoche Designs uses images from artists all over the world to create Illuminated Art, Canvas Art, Sheets, Pillows, Shower Curtains, Duvet Covers, Blankets and many other items that you can print to. Take a minute to get to know their artists too! More than 70 artists from Indonesia, USA, Israel, Ireland, Australia, Spain, England, Norway and many other countries share their stories and inspirations for their art on their site.

2. Buy storage containers, bags, or a toy chest

Teach your children to put away their own toys to help clean up their rooms. You can purchase storage containers and label each container for puzzles, blocks, cars, dolls, etc. Or you can buy ZizzyBee Bags, multi-use storage bags that are eco-friendly, washable and reusable. ZizzyBee Bags are see-through and are perfect for organizing clutter in your child’s bedroom (great for adults’ clutter too!). With ZizzyBee, kids can easily see what goes in which bag making the clean-up process easy and quick. A toy chest in your child’s bedroom is also a good place to keep larger toys, games and stuffed animals off the bedroom floor. ZizzyBee Bags can be found online at www.zizzybeebags.com and are sold in 3 packs ranging from $15.99 – $19.99. Use promo code “back2school” at checkout to get 20% off!

3. Clean out any old toys and clothes 

The best way to save space in your child’s bedroom is to make space by getting rid of any old toys, books, supplies, and clothes that are no longer used. Get your child to help you put things into piles sorted by what they want to keep, what they would like to give away, and what to just get rid of. Take a trip to your local Goodwill or Salvation Army and donate your gently used toys or clothing your kids have outgrown.

4. Create a designated creativity space

If your child is into arts and crafts, add an activity table with drawers for paper and supplies to keep everything contained to the table. Kids who love playing with blocks or dress up clothes can have a small space with a bin for blocks, cars, puzzles, etc. or a bin with dress up clothes in a small corner of the room.  For school-aged children having a desk in the room can be essential for getting homework and studying done; a desk is also great for extra storage areas.

5. Make the most of small spaces

Small bedrooms and closets can hold portable shelving units, fabric bins, drawer dividers, and hooks for more usable space. Fabric bins on closet shelves keep everything organized neatly as well as drawer dividers when drawer space is tight. Hooks make a great hanging space for jackets, hats, jewelry, and backpacks. Use shelving units to keep toys and books off the floor for more floor space.

Having several storage options in your child’s room will encourage them to keep it tidy and clean and they will look forward to playing and studying in their own space. Even a small bedroom can be kept organized when you use a little creativity and give your child a regularly scheduled clean up time.

And GUESS WHAT? We are giving one lucky reader a chance to win a $149 DiaNoche Designs  ILLUMINATED piece of  Wall ART  ! Leave a comment here with which DiaNoche Designs  ILLUMINATED piece of Wall ART  you would choose if you won this giveaway! For a second entry you can Follow@MelissaSChapman on Twitter and Retweet this giveaway!  For a third entry you can Like The Staten Island family on facebook! For a fourth entry you can follow MelissaSChapmanwriter on Instagram and for a fifth entry you can follow @MelissaSchapman on Pinterest Good luck! Giveaway ends September 29th!

  1. Peter G says:

    Artist : Megan Duncanson MADART , Florida
    Under the Light of the Blue Moon

    I would pick this one if I won. Hard choice, really. Such beautiful things.

  2. Mami2jcn says:

    Tough choice! Fall is my favorite season so I’ll say I’d choose Autumn Tree Lane by David Lloyd Glover.

  3. Mami2jcn says:

    I like you on Facebook as Mary Happymommy.

  4. Mami2jcn says:

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  5. Susan DeVaux says:

    Too many to choose from! But I love the giraffe- http://www.dianochedesigns.com/shop/shop-by-product/llluminated-art/children/llluminated-wall-art-4584.html

  6. Susan DeVaux says:

    I follow on Insta

  7. Susan DeVaux says:

    I’m a follower on Pinterest

  8. Susan DeVaux says:

    FB FAN!

  9. Susan DeVaux says:

    Twitter following! and retweeted

  10. Kenny Hall says:

    The yoda cracked me up! It is so cool though

  11. Kenny Hall says:

    I also like you on Facebook

  12. Kenny Hall says:

    I follow you via pinterest=kenhall013

    Kenny

  13. Kenny Hall says:

    I like you on Facebook- Kenny Hall

  14. Kenny Hall says:

    I follow you on Instagram too -kennyhallIS

  15. Kenny Hall says:

    I followed you on Facebook- kennyhall013

  16. Jennifer says:

    I would probably choose the Sunshine piece!!

  17. Jennifer says:

    I like you on facebook!

    Jennifer Smith Prince

  18. Dianne Hall says:

    I follow you through fb thanks Melissa!

  19. Dianne Hall says:

    I am following you on IG thanks Melissa!

  20. Dianne Hall says:

    Have been following you on pinterest

  21. Dianne Hall says:

    This is one of my favs
    Last to be Lit

    it is so pretty

  22. Dianne Hall says:

    I follow on twitter, too!

  23. Nicki Joseph says:

    I love the scenic ones. What a neat idea.

  24. Nicki Joseph says:

    Retweeted about the giveaway

  25. Nicki Joseph says:

    fan on FB!

  26. Nicki Joseph says:

    I follow you on pinterest

  27. Nicki Joseph says:

    I follow you on instagram

  28. jeannine s says:

    I would get the Castle with the bridge piece

  29. jeannine s says:

    follow you on pinterest as mellanhead

  30. jeannine s says:

    follow you on instagram as mellanhead

  31. jeannine s says:

    Like you on facebook (jeannine drenchek-scavo)

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