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A 3-step guide to decluttering your house with simple storage methods

Before reading this guide, take a look around your house. Chances are your little one is playing with their wooden toys and rag dolls or fast asleep in comfortable baby sleepsuits and kids’ pyjamas. As each day passes, you may be guilty of keeping cups and cutlery in the living room instead of tidying up the kitchen cupboards. After a few months, those disorganised cupboards may become fit to burst with kitchen gadgets now gathering dust. Don’t worry — we’re here to help.

For some people, decluttering the house is easy. Keep the items that “spark joy” (thanks, Marie Kondo) for a quick and foolproof way of only keeping purposeful items to achieve a minimalist lifestyle. If you’re reading this, you’re likely a parent with growing children, so being minimalist goes out of the window. Instead, you regularly buy clothes and toys to fit changing body sizes and interests. Add intent to every purchase by considering toy rotation and clothes rotation. With a small and balanced selection of toys and clothes out at one time, it clears up the physical space for extra play while simplifying every outfit choice.

We appreciate it’s difficult to own less as a parent. Here at JoJo, our equipment will transform your house from a messy storage space into a place of clutter-free calm. Learn how to organise with strategically placed shelves and coordinated storage options and wallpaper. Who knows, maybe your child will get involved in tidy-up time?

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Step 1: Stack the Shelves

A baby’s nursery or playroom offers limited floor space. With cribs and cots taking up room, chest of drawers filled with baby clothes, and nightlights to factor in, there’s not much space for toys. Introduce additional storage into tight spaces with our shelving options. We recommend putting a couple of your child’s favourite toys on the shelves. That way, little hands can grasp their favourite toys on conveniently lower-placed ledges. For a bonus, match the furniture to the room’s colour scheme for a calming atmosphere that invites rest.

Drift off to sleep and put prized possessions on our Cloud Wall Shelf for a lifetime of sweet dreams. For babies and toddlers who love the great outdoors, continue a woodland theme with our Tree Wall Shelf, with lots of nooks and crannies to store comforters and animal plush toys. Or, blast off into outer space via a Star Wall Shelf, complete with little hooks to put coats, accessories, and a nursery uniform. By organising shelves, everything will start to find its place within the house.

Need to make even more room? Enjoy easy spring cleaning year-round with our collapsible boxes. Click them together with metal press studs, and fold them down flat when not in use to save space.

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Step 2: Time to Change

Nappies? Check. Changing mats? Got it. Spare set of clothes? It’s all there. From handy changing backpacks to helpful compact options, carry all your baby essentials in style with our baby changing bags. Here at JoJo, we’ve got the solution to fitting everything you need for a big day out with one easy bag. You’ll be Mary Poppins in no time.

Wear the Babymel Robyn Convertible Backpack in a way that makes it work for you. Will you go for the backpack option and support your shoulders? How about a shoulder tote bag style or cross-body look? Or, if you’ve only got a couple of things packed, go handheld. With plenty of pockets, there’s so so much storage room. See, one bag four ways. It couldn’t be easier.

Take a walk on the wild side with the Finnson INGE Eco Changing Backpack. Lightweight and water-repellent, it’s ideal for playground days, shopping days, and the “big day out” days. There’s lots of pockets for you and the baby things too. And with adjustable straps and clips, secure the backpack to the pram so you don’t have to carry it when it gets too heavy.

Unisex baby changing bags don’t get better than the BabaBing Mani. With tote bag and backpack qualities, you get the best of both worlds, all without breaking the bank. Individual pockets allow you to store everything from nappies and wipes to toys and comforters. A simple way to keep everything pristine and packed away.

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Step 3: Maximise Storage Space

How do you solve a problem like storage space? Answer: JoJo enormous storage bags. Clear away unnecessary clutter and transform a room by folding away clothes and toys that aren’t used daily into easy-to-lift bags. Made from hardwearing and lightweight materials, lift bags and store them in high places without worrying if they’ll hold shape. Keep the bags high to ensure pesky mitts stay away from bags they shouldn’t be touching. Plus, they come in charming complementary patterns that look great in any room. Make roarsome storage with safari bags, stomp and tidy with dinosaur bags, or let little ones fill their house with the Toy Box House Storage Bag. Take advantage of our 2 for £12 offer on JoJo enormous storage bags — make tidy-up time good for the wallet. If you don’t want to lift heavy storage bags, push under-bed storage bags. A roomier storage alternative while widening bedroom floor space, under-bed bags provide a sleek way to declutter the house and prepare for deep cleaning.

Add playful charm to a child’s room with our soft storage baskets. As they come in a circular basket, cuddly toys and soft rag dolls can sit atop the basket with smiley faces always peeking out. Lift the fabric handles and place the baskets wherever you wish to expand a busy room. They’re 35 x 40 x 8cm — ideal for storing everything from books to bedding.

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