Tips on Organizing a Child’s Closet


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Tips on Organizing a Child’s Closet

Tips on Organizing a Child’s Closet

Children like to collect toys, stuffed animals and similar items. However, a child’s closet can often look like a war zone, especially if there is limited space and there are also clothes in the closet as well. Here are some tips on how you can go about organizing the closet so your child will be able to see where their clothes are and also have access to their toys.

Tips on Organizing a Child’s Closet

First off, make sure that you set aside a bin for broken toys. Place all the broken toys in that bin. Next go through the toys to decide whether to get rid of them or not, if your child does not use them anymore, think about donating them to a second hand store.

Next go through their clothes and make sure that all the clothes that do not fit are put into a clothes bag to donate. Next, place their clothes on hangers according to the type. Another thing that you could do is to buy some different sizes of bins. These bins will hold small random toys, and make sure that you also have ones for stationery items. If the closet happens to have space, add in a couple of pieces of wood to serve as a book shelf.

These are just a few tips that will help you to make the things in your child’s closet accessible and organized as well.

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