A dress-up closet is such a great creativity tool for kids. Unfortunately, not many of us have the space to create one in our homes.
Today Julee is sharing her tips for maximizing your kids’ closet space to create a hybrid dress-up/regular clothes closet and I’m totally smitten with the results.
We just removed the doors from S’s closet and replaced them with curtains to free up some space in her room and give her better accessibility. I think our next move will be to incorporate some of Julee’s ideas as S is really starting to get into dress-up (currently wearing her Christmas dress just about every day of the week)…
Playing dress-up is one of my daughter’s favorite activities. While I love the creativity and imagination it fosters, I don’t always love the cache of wings, scarves, tutus and tiara such an activity brings.
Since Jenna’s closet has more space in our new house, I decided to optimize the area to accommodate both dress-up play and storage needs.
I started by dividing her closet into zones: Read More