A girl is always stylish and can be very imaginative, which can be used to design a useful and elegant closet. The most commonly used girls’ closets are built as walk-in closets which normally serves as a bonus mini room. It can serve as a hideaway for your little girl and she can play house with her friends or family. Long drapes or curtains can be used in place of doors to enhance the security while giving it an elegant look. Since girls always synonym with pink, pink color is majorly used to decorate a girl’s closet. Light colors can highlight the space of the closet and polka dots and flowery designs are very popular among the girls’ closets designs. A well organized closet will bring your little girl’s things to her fingertips and keep the room smart.
The basic method to make your kids’ closet effective is to have a variety of storage options in the closet. When the closet is made from multiple shelves, bins, baskets, rods, dividers and drapes, each object and clothe will have an assigned place to be stored and your girl’s room will be cleverly organized. The most commonly used kids’ closets have are comprised with open shelves that can hold frequently used objects such as toys, games and books. Angled shelves can be used as shoe closets but pull-out shoe trays are more popular since it allows the shoes to be reached without much effort.
These shelves can be accompanied by clothing rods that can hold hangers and clothes worn by your kid. Vertical rods can save space while giving a boutique-style look to the closet. Many girls adore this and you can use separate containers to store others such as hair accessories and clips used by your kid. Sometimes double rods can be used in two different levels with regularly used clothes hung in the lower rod. Rods go with creative hooks to bring out a childish look to the closet and they are mainly used to hang backpacks and coats. Specially designed hooks that will minimize injuries and bear creative arts are available in the market. You can use clothing tags to distinguish special clothes and teach your kid to put their items back where they belong.
Always use shallow baskets and bins in your kid’s closet and use lids to avoid spilling out. It is a clever option to include a laundry basket in the closet since it will prevent used clothes piling up on the bed or chairs.
If a closet is designed to be shared by two or three kids, make sure to assign equal space to each of them. You can use colors or name tags to distinguish each kid’s closet space. There are various types of storage cubes available in the market that can be mixed and matched to suit the décor of your little girl’s room.