Kid’s Closet Makeover

I shared in an earlier post (here), that I had decided to tackle my kid’s shared bedroom with a makeover.  It was time to organize and work on better space planning.  It took some time, but has been so worth the effort.  My first task was their closet. Today I am sharing my Kid’s Closet Makeover!
Kid's Shared Closet, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Before, I had a huge metal shelf jammed in the closet and everything started off organized but quickly I couldn’t see where things were and it all became a huge mess.  Number one item was removing the doors.  Now I can actually see what is going on in there!
 Kid's Shared Closet before, Delineateyourdwelling.com
I decided to do some simple painting in the closet now that it was a more visible space.  In keeping with the colors of their room, I bought a few small acrylic paints for the project.
Kid's Shared Closet materials, Delineateyourdwelling.com
I found a stencil that I fell in love with at Hobby Lobby, of course.  And then did a quick sketch of my basic color layout and which spaces I would leave blank.  I didn’t want to completely cover the closet wall just add a bit of color.
Closet pattern, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Kid's Shared Closet process, Delineateyourdwelling.com
 Slowly it started coming together and I was so excited every time I’d take a step back to get a bigger picture of it all.
 Kid's Shared Closet pattern, Delineateyourdwelling.com
The completed pattern turned out exactly how I had envisioned it.  I love that the gold becomes more a shimmery color that you can see only at certain angles.
Kid's Shared Closet paint done, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Next was organizing.  I hung the kid’s daily used clothes on hanging organizers.  The clothes were just heavy enough that it they were making the organizer buckle a bit, so I cut up some cardboard and wrapped it with fun light blue and white chevron wrapping paper for extra support.  It did the job perfectly.
Kid's Shared Closet organized clothes, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Wire baskets hold all their diaper changing covers, crib sheets and diaper genie refills.
Kid's Shared Closet metal bins, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Baskets and colored cubes hold items down below that the kids have access to; bath time items (wash clothes, towels, etc), undies, and misc extra blankets.
Kid's Shared Closet cloth bins, Delineateyourdwelling.com
What a transformation!  It’s organized, clean and so cheerful.  The kid’s actually help put their clothes away now because they can get to the closet!
Kid's Shared Closet complete, Delineateyourdwelling.com
Do you have any kiddo closet tips or tricks?

Comments

  1. says

    Just seeing a cute and organized closet like this puts me at ease. My kids’ closets look nothing like this! I love the chevron details you added in–so cute! Thanks so much for linking up to Frugal Crafty Home and I hope to see you back on Sunday night!

  2. says

    The shimmery gold is fun. I love the IKEA bag dispensers (which run around $1) for holding underwear and socks. I hang these on the inside of the closet doors at the kids height so they can grab their own. They have fun pulling them out of the holes and I like that it teaches them to be more independent!

    • says

      Great idea, Jill. Yes, we have the baskets on the bottom for them to get at. It’s nice for the parent, too, to not have to do everything for them!

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