Finally, a space that makes sense
The kids love their new toy closet and I love that it’s finally a space that makes sense. They can go in and help themselves, and we can even swap out toys they have in their rooms — something we could never do easily before. Thanks to the huge labels — and the fact that they can both finally read — there’s no excuse not to put everything where it belongs when they’re finished with it.
This skinny little closet is almost done. It’s just missing some deep hooks for guests to hang their clothes, since we removed the hanging bar, but I have a neat idea in mind for that.
The revamped closet is much easier to use and has space for the kids’ “sometimes toys.”
Heather’s kids can access their toys easily (or have her lift down a bin for them) and there’s plenty of space to put everything back.
Heather’s guest room closet was just 34” wide and impossible to keep organized.
Heather painted the closet and her Handy Husband started installing wooden shelves in the opposite direction.
Heather took down all of shelves so she could patch holes and start over. the the
The skinny wire shelves just weren’t working anymore.