Today’s reveal is my two youngest daughters’ shared closet… for the second time!
This time around, it’s the spring/summer edition! I’ve already shared all about organizing their closet in my blog post, Our Home : The Girls’ Shared Closet. However, I wanted to give a peek into how to organize a kids closet again since I recently updated their wardrobe from fall/winter to spring/summer.
KID’S CLOSET ORGANIZATION TIPS AND TRICKS
DECIDE WHETHER TO HANG OR FOLD
Design a closet around what you (or your kids) are best at! Some prefer hanging, some prefer folding.
KEEP ACCESSIBILITY IN MIND
Remember to keep in mind what you want to have access to, and what you want your kids to have (or not have) access to.
ACCOUNT FOR SHOES
Don’t forget to designate a space for shoes so they don’t pile up by the front door!
USE BASKETS AND BINS ON OPEN SHELVING
In a kids closet, stacked items won’t last very long on a shelf, so bins and baskets corral items like bows, baskets, and hats.
- To read more in depth about building and organizing a kids closet, see my original Girls’ Closet blog post!
I mean, seriously… how adorable are all these colors! When arranging hanging clothes, I always put them in rainbow order, and within each color, darkest to lightest. This makes clothes looks so much prettier and more streamlined. It also makes it easy to know where things go!
There you have it, the girls’ summer closet!
In order to prevent a cluttered closet, I switch out their clothes twice a year, and store the off-season clothes in these Weather Tight Tote bins from the Container Store.
Where I Shop for Kids Clothes