Kids' Closets: Clothing and Toy Storage for Boys and Girls
Create a versatile closet that grows with your children, giving them storage space for everything from baby toys to the latest in teen fashion.
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November 25, 2014
Photo By: ClosetMaid
Baby Boy Closet
Affordable, durable wire racks are easy to rearrange as your children grow. Many systems are designed with expanding shelves and telescoping rods to fit practically any space.
Closet Maid Pink Nursery
Wire or coated wood shelving systems can add beauty and functionality to a girl's room or nursery. Shelves and drawers can provide much-needed storage space for diapers, toys, blankets and more.
Colorful Boy's Nursery
Laminate systems tend to be more expensive than wire racks, but they can be more aesthetically pleasing and are available in greater variety.
Many wire closet kits offer the advantage of being easily adjustable to accommodate larger clothes as kids grow and storage needs change.
Closet Maid Bedroom Boy
For kids' rooms with shallow closet space, try a two-tiered approach paired with drawers and shelves.
New organizer systems go beyond the basic closet rod with a single shelf. Now you can customize based on your storage needs.
Keep in mind that kids' closets are used for more than just clothes. Designate spaces for toys and sporting equipment, school supplies, etc.
Consider color-coded canvas containers as a fun, creative way to help keep things organized.
Boy's Wire Closet System
Wire drawers are useful for storing socks, folded garments, toys and more.
Adjustable shelving allows you to keep a child's most important belongings within easy reach.
Versatile Wire Closet System
Extra hooks and rods can be added as needed to help store hats, ties and other accessories.
Pull-out wire baskets make it easy to access clothes and allow you to see what's on the bottom of a stack.
Wellborn Cabinets Boy's Closet
The right materials can provide a look that's just as mature as an adult's closet. Consider wood or laminate systems for a more polished appearance.
Use organization systems to designate different areas for shirts, pants, shoes and toys.
Baskets in bright primary colors are great for helping younger kids keep their things organized.
Pull-out shoe storage helps keep footwear out of sight but easily accessible.
Closet Maid Curtain Girl
Folding closet doors can pinch small fingers. Consider using curtains to conceal your child's storage space.
Teen Girl's Closet
For narrow storage, keep frequently used items where they can be reached easily. Put out-of-season clothes on the upper shelves.
Closet Maid Teen Close Up
Try replacing a bottom drawer with a wire basket to make contents easier to see.