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Kids' Closet Ideas

July 09, 2021

Your kid's closet needs just as much organization, storage and style as yours. Get inspired to redesign your child's space by browsing these designer closets.

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Photo: Beth Singer, Courtesy of Custom Homes by Derocher

Adjustable Shelving

Consider outfitting your child’s closet with an adjustable shelving system that will grow along with them. When your kiddo is young, favorite clothes and toys can be placed low for easy access. As they get older, the rods and shelves can be moved around to make room for fewer toys and more clothing and accessories.

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Double Clothing Rods

Designer Brian Patrick Flynn incorporated plenty of space for hanging clothes in this small closet by installing two rows of rods. Frequently worn clothing can be stored on the bottom rod for easy access; the custom cubbies are topped with a flat surface for extra space for folded clothes.

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Color-Coordinated Baskets

Custom cubbies hold colorful storage baskets, which are meant to mimic a dresser. The red baskets are designated for clothes and books, while the brown ones hold toys and games for an easy way to coordinate items.

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Photo: Beth Singer, Courtesy of Custom Homes by Derocher

Elegant Details

A kid’s closet doesn’t have to feel juvenile. Sophisticated wood shelving and crown molding create a timeless look in this walk-in closet that’s suitable for all ages. A decorative light fixture tops off the space.

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