Hang Ups: Storage Solutions for Kids Rooms Without a Closet

The start of a new year often injects us with energy and motivation to organize and clean. (And, in my case, the feeling is usually gone by February!) Closets are a traditional target, but what if you don't have a closet? Kids usually get the smallest bedrooms in the house, often lacking a closet, but that doesn't mean they can't have a functional, organized faux-closet.

Above are 15 examples to explore. A few of them have recessed spaces that don't qualify as a true closet and most have nothing. You can see that some popular solutions for hanging clothes are armoires or closets outfitted with a hanging rod, hanging rods (or branches) suspended from the ceiling or underneath shelving and stand-alone racks. The first decision to make is whether you want something open or closed. If you'd like to see more of these rooms, follow these links:

  1. Esther van de Paal's Home on Design Mom
  2. Lee Kleinhelter's Home on One Kings Lane blog
  3. Maja's Magical Space on Apartment Therapy
  4. Maren's Place, ala Popsicle Palette on Apartment Therapy
  5. Hope's Relaxed & Easy Modern Home on Apartment Therapy
  6. "Baby Capton's" Captivating Nursery on Apartment Therapy
  7. Hanna's Room from Hope's Relaxed & Easy Modern Home on Apartment Therapy
  8. Blue Bedroom on Traditional Home
  9. Sebastian & Ruby's Shared Bedroom on Apartment Therapy
  10. Rylee's Room on Kelli Murray
  11. Sienna's Graphic Nursery on Apartment Therapy
  12. Emory's Room by Trenna Travis Design Studio on Project Nursery
  13. Charlie's Cheerful & Colorful Room on Apartment Therapy
  14. Shared Children's Room in Interiør Magasinet via With Style & Substance
  15. Caroline Gomez' Home via Style Me Pretty
  16. Nursery from Albie Design's Family Home on Apartment Therapy

7 Comments