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Choosing your kid’s closet system

Dec 30th 2014 at 4:41 AM

Kids are messy and some of the messes are simply inevitable – juice spilled on the floor or any experiment gone skewed. These may seem hard to cope but some messes like cluttered closets are manageable. However, you need to devote enough time and efforts deciding the organizational plan for your kid’s closet and so that the room can look neat and tidy.

Exploring the options

You can simply have plenty of closet organization options available for your kid’s room – these systems range from affordable fabric closet accessories to custom built systems. Such kits or systems can be purchased at home improvement stores or get it custom built keeping the flexibility in mind. You can have adjustable shelves, which can be adjusted as needed. You can also have cubes or drawers that can be added or replaced as per the convenience. Talking about other options, you can have organizers that hang from the clothing rod and can be wall mounted, floor mounted or even free-standing. These systems can be built using a variety of materials like plastic, wire, solid wood, fabric and particleboard.

Get the kids closet designed for flexibility

As you know, kids grow up fast and their storage needs evolve with their clothes getting bigger. Therefore, the closet system should expand with your child’s need. Here, the ability to adjust the placement of clothing rods is important. Young children need low hanging shelves and rods so that they can get easy access to the items needed by them very frequently. Therefore, you should look out for flexibility so that the lower bars can be raised or completely removed as the kids get older and taller. Open cubes also provide a better option as they can serve multiple purposes. Cleared or labelled boxes or bins used in cubes can hold toys when the child is young but the same cubes can be used to store piles of jeans or other accessories as they grow older.

What to store in the closet

Organizing your kid’s closet also include planning what it will accommodate. If you enjoy the fortune of having enough dedicated playroom or play area in the house then the bedroom closet will be used to accommodate shoes and clothes. However, if you have to manage things in the limited area as the bedroom of your kid is also used as a playroom then you are like most people. Your kid’s room will have all manners of toys and games which have to be arranged in the closet itself. Therefore, the closet should be designed for double duty – to pull toys, shoes, clothes and every other accessory.

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