Posts Tagged ‘Children’s Closet Organizational Systems’

Organizing a Closet For the Child In Your Life

By - January 24th, 2017

Keeping kids’ rooms tidy and organized can feel like a full-time job. To them, cleaning their rooms seems like a never-ending task because of how hard it is to make sure everything is in the right place. If you’re ready to find a solution to this problem, contact your organizational experts at Closet & Storage Concepts to create a custom closet that works for you and your kids! Here are some tips to think about when you start planning their new closet.

Organized Closets for Children

Keep things within reach!

Young children need to be able to get what they need out of their closet without your help each time. Install lower shelves and racks for the things they use every day. Display their favorite toys and outfits within reach to them so they can always access it. Use the higher shelves to store off-season clothes or things they haven’t grown into yet.

 

Adjustable racks and shelves

If this closet is going to stick with them until they move out, you should definitely plan on making the interior pieces adjustable. As they grow, and as their wardrobes get larger, it is essential that their closet can adapt to fit what they use. Installing clothing racks and shelves that can adjust in height will ensure they aren’t out of reach when they are young or inconvenient to use when they are older.

 

Cubbies & open storage

There is a reason their first introduction to organizational skills is through cubbies at school. These provide a great way to store their items so when they do have to find something, it is not an infinite abyss of toys and clothes like a chest or dresser might be. Visibility is key with kids and open storage spaces will help them know where things go at the end of the day. They can sort toys and clothes into cubbies, while extra hooks on the backs of doors for jackets or wet towels will keep the clutter off the floor.

Closet Organization tips for kids

Label, label, label

By labeling bins and drawers with the appropriate title, it will be a breeze for them to put away whatever has collected on the ground. Teach them that everything has a home and be consistent and clear about where it all goes. Bins and baskets that they can take out of the closet will make clean up easier and with a simple label on the outside, they’ll know which to use.

 

Personalize it!

If you make an organizational space appeal to their interests, your kids will be more likely to get involved in maintaining it. With the right colors, bin designs, and layout, you can transform a plain closet into an interactive space that they’ll actually enjoy organizing. Try colorful trims that highlight the space and bins that fit into the color scheme. Using compatible colors will also make the space visually cleaner.

 

An organized closet system will teach them invaluable skills about how to clean and tidy a space. Cleaning their room won’t be an impossible chore, but something they do every day. The most important takeaway is that finding a solution to organize your child’s closet is not impossible. Contact us for a free in-home consultation and let us find the solution for you.

 

Back To School Blues

By - September 30th, 2013

custom bench systemAs of September 22nd fall is officially upon us.  The weather has cooled, your décor has changed, and the kids are all settled into the new school year.  Unfortunately, with the changing of the season and the turning of the leaves comes the clutter associated with your children returning to school.  I bet you are picturing a corner of your home piled high with backpacks and binders at this very moment.  It’s time to reclaim that space with a custom system from Closet and Storage Concepts.  A simple bench system placed in an entryway or mudroom is just the thing to tame that mess by storing shoes, jackets and those bulky backpacks.  Ready to get started?  Contact us today for your Free In-Home Estimate!

Children’s Closet Organization Systems

By - April 16th, 2012

As any elementary school teacher will attest, teaching children how to get, and stay, organized is as important today as learning one’s A, B, C’s. The small “cubbie” of the yesteryear has transformed into a highly functional space which provides sanctuary for the child to enjoy quiet down time to Children Closet Designs read, study and relax.

Add a splash of color to personalize and anchor the area, and this modern closet becomes less of a “catch-all” and more a focal and versatile living space for your child to enjoy. Utilizing the latest in closet shelving systems by Closet and Storage Concepts, toys, clothes, audio, video and sporting equipment, etc., can now be neatly stored, and still provide space your child can “live in”.

Our custom features include:

  • Adjustable closet shelving to accommodate a small child’s reach.
  • Long, medium and double hang areas to maximize closet space.
  • Desk and bookcases to create a study environment that a child looks forward to using.

Our closet designer can create a completely custom designed closet system tailored for your child’s needs – custom built and custom installed by company trained and employed installers.

Contact us for a No Obligation in Home Custom Closet Design Consultation or call us at 1-888-THE-CLOSET (1-888-843-2567)

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