Organized Living freedomRail kids closet. This system grows with your child's needs - from infant to teen. Shelves and brackets adjust instantly without tools. Start with triple hang space for infants and toddlers then change to double hang and long hang later as they grow. See more kid's closet designs at http://organizedliving.com/home/get-inspired/areas-of-the-home/kid-closet
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Which is why we’ve decided to focus here on closets of the size found in many homes. You know, spaces that aren’t oversized. Take a look and see if there are any techniques you can copy to create more organisation in your closets. 1. Child-sizeThis closet appears to hold the clothing and personal items of more than one child, thanks to strategically arranged shelving and rods that maximise the space. You could hire a professional organiser to create a system in your home, purchase a system from an organising store, or create a DIY solution using products from a big-box store or hardware shop. The doors to this closet open outward rather than slide, providing a full view of the organising system. But the same concept could work just as well for a closet with sliding doors.
7. Max Out the ClosetIn a shared bedroom, the closet is a valuable storage container. But you still need to use it wisely. Maximise every inch of your kids’ closet by acting as your own closet designer and approaching this challenge methodically. First, calculate the amount of hanging space you’ll need for each child. Categorise the hanging space into short or long. Once you have this information, you can decide where to place each hanging rod for the appropriate length and width. Add shelving, pullout baskets or floating drawers that get attached to the wall on every unused portion in between the hanging rods. Don’t forget to install hooks on unused walls and even the back of the door. If you have the space to organise the closet for more than one child, divide it from top to bottom and create a mirror-image design on either side. This will give each child a designated space and help them learn to clean up and put away their clothes.