Creating an Organized Room that Grows with Your Child

By | November 6, 2014

Children's bedroomConvincing your kids to eat their vegetable might be a challenge. But keeping after them to clean their rooms might be a thing of the past, with these great ideas for creating an organized kids’ room that grows with your child.

As They Grow. Install closet organizer systems that will grow with your child. Today they may use that shelf or cubby to store favorite stuffed animals. In ten years, they may use it to stash yearbooks and other memorabilia. Rods at multiple heights give plenty of room to hang layette items until baby is ready to wear it. When the baby becomes a teen who needs two levels of rods for longer and shorter clothing items, you’ll find it an easy transition to make.

Kid Cubbies. Cubbies serve as fantastic storage for books, toys and games. Smaller items, like action figures, hair bows, and even pacifiers can be kept in baskets or bins designed to fit in those small cubby spaces. As your child grows, they can use those cubbies for treasures they want to showcase, like trophies and photos.

Hook It Up. Whether you’re hanging bibs and bonnets or hats and award ribbons, hooks are a convenient solution to keep regularly-used items close-by or to showcase hanging items in a fun and interesting way.

The options you have to make a functional and organized kids’ room are boundless (much like your child’s energy!). Contact Closet POSSIBLE today to schedule a free, in -home design consultation with one of our experts. They’ll help you design the custom storage solution that grows with your child.

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