Let’s face it, kids aren’t all that great at hanging things up on hangers, but they CAN handle a basic wall hook. Install a few at their level to help them wrangle dress up clothes, art smocks or jackets.
Every Sunday night, Adrian Kulp of Dad or Alive and his wife pick out their kids’ clothes for the entire week and place them in designated aluminum bins. “It helps to make our mornings so much smoother while getting ready for school,” Kulp says.
When one closet can't hold all the clothes, shoes and toys that pile up in a child's bedroom, you need alternatives. A child's bed with drawer underneath like this one from Room & Board is a space-saving storage solution for books, shoes and toys, so you have enough room in the closet for your child's clothes.
The kid's bathroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 combines durable neutral materials with bright, kid-friendly touches. An area containing the commode, shower and stainless steel hooks for clothing and towels can be closed off from the rest of the space. A glass door makes the space-saving shower seem larger.
Stop sifting through clothing that no longer fits. Professional organizer Darla DeMorrow suggests keeping a box labeled “too small” for items your child has outgrown. When you have time, donate or pass down.
Keep a child’s things nice and neat in this built-in closet created by Tailored Living. Drawers, shelves, an accessible hamper and a clothing rod eliminate the need for bulky furniture in the room. A decluttered bedroom makes for pleasant dreams.
A toddler's closet painted in tones of purple and white provides organized storage for clothes, stuffed animals and other items. The hanging fabric shelf keeps child's favorite playthings within easy reach.
Find a special outfit that your child can wear to parties and gatherings all season long. Department stores, boutiques and online handmade shops are filled with seasonal clothing, like this vintage-inspired dress, weeks before the holiday festivities begin.
A white-framed bulletin board hangs above decorative hooks in this blue kids' bedroom. The pegs help keep toys and clothes from cluttering the floor, while the board is a great way to display homemade art and family photos.
Taking cues from the home's coastal setting, the designers outfitted this kids' room with reclaimed wood bunk beds and light blue linens. While the dresser keeps their clothes organized, a lantern doubles as an on-theme nightlight.
White walls and neutral linens were a smart choice for this kids' room, as they'll age well with the young residents. Against the far wall, a built-in buffet with drawers and shelves keeps their clothes and toys organized.