There are really simple little things you can do to a kids closet to help it look, feel and function better for you and your family. Here are 8 kids closet organization tips you can use in a closet big or small.
Consider storing away clothes that are out of season, and donating those items you haven’t worn for ages. For kids, this is especially important. They grow quickly and are tough on clothes.
Before any work begins, get a pencil and paper and map out where things will go.
We bought inexpensive flat paneled doors to replace the bifold’s, and used a shoe organizer to house their stuffed animals.
To make the most of drawer space use dividers to separate items, avoid heaping piles, and so your kids clearly know where things go and where to find them
The impact of these more quality built and cohesive hangers is probably my favorite feature of the closet. The velvet fabric makes it so the shirts don’t slip off easily, they don’t break, and they look so very nice all in a row.