Empowering your kids to imagine
Whether we are organizing toys in a playroom, clothing in a kids bedroom, kids sports gear, or baby supplies– we ensure that the system will last through several stages and can be adapted as they grow and change. We also create systems for baby clothing and separate out by the sizes they grow out of or will grow into. Part of the organization process is also making it accessible and manageable for them so they can learn to maintain and put things where they belong. Kids love order and we strive to bring them that same sense of calm and happiness that we bring to adults.
A Space That Grows With Your Kids
When it comes to playrooms, it’s important to identify toys they’ve grown out of or no longer play with. The majority of children in the U.S. (59%) play with a maximum of 10 toys out of their whole collection. With this in mind, we truly want to create a space where children can feel free to play, explore, and let their imaginations run.Shop Kids Spaces
We Created Our Own Custom Kid’s Memory Boxes
Looking for a system to manage your kids’ schoolwork, artwork, and keepsakes? Check out our Kid’s Memory Boxes for an organizational system that will last!
Easy Steps to a Nice & Neat
Nice & Neat Homes isn’t just in the business of home organizing, but the business of transforming Utah homes.
1. Remove all contents from the space
Empty out any drawers or shelves so we have a clean slate to work with. This may include closets, the top of dressers, toy cubbies, and under the bed.
2. Categorize and sort
Separate out like-items into different categories so we have a clear perspective on contents. Identify outgrown clothes, broken toys, and similar items.
3. Keep, toss, or donate
Determine whether each item is a keep, something to toss in the garbage, or an item that can be donated.
4. Incorporate organizing product
Place organizing product that fits both the space, and the contents, and is safe for the kid area. Containment is key!
5. Establish a system
Prioritize valuable real estate for most-used items so it is kid-accessible. Create a system that can be adapted over time. Add a label to ensure long term success.