I think I might have solved the problem with these two great books found on Amazon....
Handy Dad contains practical projects while Geek Dad will appeal to the more 'techy' amongst us.
My dad is no Geek...so my choice is easy...how about yours?
Here are five top tips to help you...
Make a date...Set aside enough time to clear out all the unwanted, outgrown or broken items.
Involve the kid's...explain your actions to avoid argument.
Tackle one area of chaos at a time...i.e. clothes, toys, etc.
Plan appropriate storage as you go...make it easy for the kids to use.
Make it fun...and reward yourself for a job well done!
Thanks to Zany Holidays for the image.
Molly Meg is well worth a visit...with a range of children's chairs from the 1950's to the present day...many from iconic designers of their time.
I've got an ever-growing list of furniture classics that I'd like to see in 'child size'....
What would be your choice?