Six ways to battle kids bedrooms chaos with these storage solutions | The Sun

NOW your little warriors are heading back to school, it’s time to do battle with their bedrooms.

Restore calm after the chaos with these storage solutions for everything from plastic bricks to summer bedding . . . 

MAKE SPACE: Keen astronomers will think the glow in the dark Space ottoman from B&M is out of this world.

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BEDTIME STORAGE: Pack away unused bedding, summer clothes or bulkier items into the fabulous jumbo storage bags from

The cheery designs are good enough to leave on show, and work equally well for stashing things in a loft or cupboard.


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OPEN AND SHUT CASE: A set of three storage cases will help you sort and separate everything from colouring kit to plastic animals and will look great stacked in a bedroom.

The Works has a few options, including its three Botanical Storage Suitcases, down from £7 to £3.50.

THE WRITE STUFF: Tidy and organise a teen’s desk with a helping hand from Dunelm’s recycled stationery pack.

Available in green, pink or black, the £10 set includes a magazine file, letter tray, accessories tray and pen holder.

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STAR BUY: For an end-of-the-day tidy, toys will find a perfect place in the grey star-print storage boxes from George.

You can buy a set of two for £5 and move them easily around the house to make short work of those messy corners.

SECRET STORAGE: Make the most of space under the bed with a Habitat Penny 68-litre low storage bag from Argos, £18.

It’s the perfect place to keep hand-me-downs or stuff to send to the charity shop.

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