Painted in soft, neutral colors, this baby boy's nursery includes a dark wood crib with a built-in shelf overhead. A nearby closet with built-in shelves and drawers provides ample storage space for all the cute baby clothes, shoes, and toys.
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.
Doors to this closet have been replaced by white and lavender curtains, while inside, a white multi-shelf unit makes space to hang clothes on racks, store wicker baskets on a shelf and display vintage knickknacks.
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.
This Washington, D.C., area homeowner wanted the convenience of a mudroom near her kitchen. However, she wanted its contents concealed. Four Brothers, a carpentry company, granted her wish with two side-by-side small closets to house traditional mudroom supplies that blends seamlessly with the kitchen cabinetry.
The doors of this closet have been replaced with a brown curtain, which is pulled back to reveal an organization and storage system that utilizes wood and wire shelves; a small desk; and a rolling container of individual plastic tubs.
This traditional nursery features neutral walls with a soft yellow personalized spot with shelves over the dark wood crib. The closet is well-organized with storage boxes and shelves, drawers, and built-in racks to hold those cute little baby shoes.
A large doorless closet in a boys' bedroom has three rows of small cubes, in which different colored baskets are used to store books, toys and clothing. Two silver racks are attached inside the closet to hang clothing. The closet adds style and function to the room where the bold blue wallpaper with red accent features make the room fun and playful.
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.
Sometimes divide and conquer is the way to go. For this child's bedroom closet, a combination of hanging rods, cubbies, drawers and slide-out baskets helps store both clothes and toys. Use dead space under drawers for pull-out baskets that can provide a home for odd-shaped toys.