Divide + Conquer the kid's closets! Watch my monthly segment above to get the full wammy and take a peek at my tips below for the still life version.
Closets are for Clothes... unless of course it's bigger than a can of soup then you can add toys to a designated area.
Label everything... then you aren't stuck being the one to 'do it right' and keep every piece of clothing in it's rightful home. Dividers from Organize.com
Lower those Shelves... just how high can your kidlet reach-adjust your closet shelves accordingly and give them a stepping stool. *I think I need to call my closet people + get another shelf... too much empty space on the right.
It's in the Basket... keep it simple and within their reach. The baskets shown here contain underwear + practice clothes for soccer (which can trade out w/each seasonal sport)
Matching Hangers... It's all the rage ;)... YES, it does make the closet look better + less cluttered.
Hanging Bags... LOVE them! You can designate each cubby for a day of the week (notice labels on the larger bag). I rec. the small shoe hanging bag for accessories like leggings or for a nursery- they're perfect for onesies, cute little outfits, + receiving blankets, oh + diapers too! TIP: Determine what size works for your clothes then order the correct width.
Small Closet with Door... check out this hanging bag from Organize.com. It will gain you oodles of room.
And all those lil' lovelies that you just can't part with...
Keepsakes... I've designated the top shelves to Keepsakes that I no longer want the kidlets to tinker with. You can always create a cute label, smack it on a bin + call it good. Like this one:
Check out my fav Organize.com for a great selection of SWEATER BAGS, SHELF DIVIDERS, + DOUBLE RODS, BASKETS + BINS to create your own organized closet! ps... you can even shop by color as in all pink products, blue products etc! And yes, I do work with Organize.com...I'm their social media coordinator-coolio huh?!
If you have some fav. tips for kid's closets do tell.. and if you have a link to your own post on the topic all the more fun.