Chace’s bedroom closet needed some SERIOUS help. When I embarked on his bedroom refresh it was high on my hit list.
After settling in and living here with what was present when we bought the house, the closet was looking like this:
Now, we see a much more functional use of space.
My dad came to help and I snapped a few photos of him in action.
My plan? To leave the existing top shelf where it was and store things that Chace didn’t need to reach there. I also wanted to add two more shelves below it for his toys, as well as a low level hanging bar so that he could hang up his shirts himself.
Kevin or I put Chace’s clothes out for him the night before so that he can get dressed by himself in the morning. To make it a bit easier to keep organized, I put the long sleeved shirts on the right and the short sleeved ones on the left. And yes, I might have organized them by colour too #itsasickness.
This would be more indicative of Chace’s view. The top shelf holds things Chace doesn’t need to access by himself (old school projects, blankets and some of my paint supplies).