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Clear The Clutter With Clothing Racks

OLIVIA Dresser by xo-inmyroom

With five kids running around, the closet situation is pretty crazy in our house. I’m always looking for ideas on how to better handle the monster that lurks after the frocks are folded and ready to put away. My children always seem to keep their wardrobe a little neater when things are on hangers, so my face lit up the second I came across these amazing clothing racks.

Here are a few of my favorites…

 

MARIA Dresser by xo-inmyroom

The MARIA dresser by xo-inmyroom is totally ideal for hanging clothes in a kid’s room, made out of solid reclaimed wood with an iron clothes rack. The dresser pictured at the top of the post is from xo-inmyroom as well.

 

Wardrobe for Kids by Rue Vintage 74

I absolutely love this children’s wardrobe from French shop Rue Vintage 74. It adds the playful elements of a rolling cart, which also give you the added flexibility of being able to easily move it when necessary.

 

Kid's Clothing Rack Made From A Branch

Here’s a simple & lovely idea for getting your child’s clothes up and out of the way using the branch of a tree. This would be an easy DIY project that you could knock out quickly. Visit Chambres d’Enfant for more great inspiration.

Here’s a great idea for hanging up

 

Clever Idea Using A Ladder For Baby Clothes

Here’s a clever idea for using a ladder to hang up baby clothes. You simply take out every other rung from the ladder and voila! The baby clothes no longer take up your valuable closet space. Visit Apartment Therapy for more info.

 

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