Lack of sufficient storage space is the biggest challenge, when it comes to keeping your child’s room neat and tidy. This becomes even more important if you are looking to sell your home and the prospective buyers have children. When you put your home on the market, tidiness is very important. Not a single part of your home should be left out, including your child’s room. Read on for some useful tips to tidy up your child’s room. (Note that these tips will revolve around the components of the room.) Multipurpose furniture Multipurpose furniture is an effective hack to enhance the storage space in your child’s bedroom. Store extra linens and stuffed animals in benches with hinged tops. You can create makeshift chairs and tables by using “openable” ottomans and chests. Select the suitable beds Store bulky clothing and toys, by using a platform bed with drawers. Raise the frame of your child’s bed, to avail the space for under-the-bed storage boxes. If you want to free up floor space and also want built-in bookshelves and desks, opt for a loft bed. Use bunk beds to accommodate two children in a single room; this will also free up floor space. Walls shelving units Shelving units and taller shelving free up floor space. Shelving units provide space to accommodate storage containers and books. Ensure that shelf units are secured to the wall, to avert the danger of your children tipping them over. Install shelves high enough to be out of your child’s reach. Add pegs to the wall of your child’s room. This is great for hanging jackets, hats and other items. Space on back of doors The space available on the back of your child’s bedroom or closet door must never be overlooked. If you are looking for storage containers for your child’s playthings and other related items, shoe organizers with clear plastic pockets will serve the purpose.