Two closets are better than one, especially when it comes to storing kids' gear. This symmetrical design provides maximum storage, which means less stuff thrown on the floor.
Tools for Organization
Pretty in purple, this freestanding unit provides all the storage space of a built-in closet. If you don't have actual closet space, this is an ideal way to boost your home's storage capacity.
Prevent clutter by making the most of the space above and below the closet's hanging rack. Two wire shelves installed near the ceiling create an out-of-the-way space for storage boxes, and shoe racks keep things organized.
Coordinate Space and Colors
Take your child's walk-in closet to the next level by creating a mini changing room. By keeping clothes and shoes all in one organized space, it's easier to prevent a mess from spreading all over the room.
Keep It Neat
This closet shelving unit includes a place for everything. Dirty-clothes hampers and separated hanging racks make finding and organizing clothes easy. Plus, brightly colored bins can help kids remember where to find (and store) their gear.
This large walk-in closet stays tidy with the help of extra drawers, shoe cubbies, stackable containers, and specialized hangers.
Try the Unexpected
Make your child's closet fun and organized with bright colors and fun accents like this side-swept curtain and fun, furry chair.
Finding innovative ways to store your child's books and toys creates a one-of-a-kind room. Here, an old canoe was hollowed out and halved to create this cool bookcase.