As your kids grow older you, as a parent, want to move on to the next stage of the planning process. When you are choosing the different types of kids furniture you need to consider closets too. Although various types of closets are available in the market nowadays, walk-in closets are said to be the most type of kids wardrobe. But what exactly are walk-in closets?
A walk-in closet always offer more depth and space than the more traditional reach-in closet. The walk-in closets are now a common feature in master bedrooms and they are revered for their storage options. The walk-in closets can be quite small (only a few square feet) and sometimes as large as a master bedroom. The extra space in the walk-in closet does come in handy in kids’ rooms but you still need to give a little bit of thought to the design of the furniture.
The design of a walk-in closet for a kid is important. When you are buying a walk-in closet for your little one to purchase one that has a fair combination of fixed and adjustable shoe shelves so that the depth in the closet can be maximized.
If you have more than one child then it is important to divide the space in the closet to avoid potential sibling fights. The space must be separated for the two even though there can be some items which are actually shared by the two kids.
Many moms make the cardinal mistake of not leaving enough or any space for the soft toys. Now kids do have a habit of stashing the soft toys in the closet. So make sure there is enough space for the little chubby characters. When you design or buy a closet with this idea in mind, the closet will remain organized for a fairly long time.
Lastly, you simply cannot forget to decorate the kids furniture closet to make it look appealing to your kids. Just like adults, the kids too appreciate little finishing touches. You can paint the closet walls with the favorite color of the kids or choose a closet that has cool designed knobs rather than the boring drawer knobs.
I would be so happy to have a walk-in closet! 😀
Great topic 🙂
Great tips and ideas! Thank you so much for sharing this post.
I would take that close for myself – kid or not , lol!! Lovely inspiration for my ‘someday’ x