Although kid’s clothes are adorably small and fun, they can be a nightmare to organise. Most of those adorable clothes end up all over the floor creating a mess. Rest assured, we have detailed tips on organising your kid’s cupboard.

Girl Childs organised closet.

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Colour-coordinate your kid’s clothes

Arranging similar items together visually reduces chaos and makes it easier to select what you need. Assigning a specific colour for each type of clothing not only helps parents but also enables children to know where to find what they need without creating a mess. 

Use storage bins

Storage bins are a great way to keep similar items together and reduce clutter in the closet. Use clear bins for easy visibility. You can store shoes or even toys. Store small everyday utility items like underwear or socks to make it easier for you to find them without too much of a hassle. Try adding colourful plastic storage bins to create more character and colour.

Personalise your child’s cupboard space 

To make organising your child’s cupboard more enjoyable and personalized, consider using their favourite colours or adding cartoon characters that they love. If your toddler is old enough, involve them in the process by letting them choose their colours and characters. This can create excitement for them and also serve as an opportunity to bond with your child.

Add a step-up stool

Most closet shelves are at an adult height, making it difficult for your child to put things away on their ownBy keeping a small stool next to the closet, they can easily reach their clothes without pulling down from hangers or folded piles of clothes. If your kids are old enough, this gives them a sense of responsibility, responsible for keeping their rooms clean, always. 

Label everything

Labels are your best friend when it comes to organising your child’s cupboard. Labelling everything makes it easy to find and place things where they belong. You can also use labels to distinguish items.

Labelling will contribute to keeping their space neat. Try being fun with your labels, and adding colour to them, like using wooden tag labels, and handwritten labels, the list is endless. Also, let your kids be part of the labelling experience.

Kids helping their mother to organize closet

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Organising doesn’t have to be boring. Make it a fun experience for both you and your child. It can help create bonds and help get to know your child better. 


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