Boys Shared Room: Closet and Toy Organization

Hello Sunshine! In a few short days, Wednesday to be exact, my kids will be back in school. With the start of each new school year I like to have everything in order from a well stocked school supply cabinet and homework caddy to cleaned rooms.

In the midst of getting ready for their first day back to school I realized that I needed to focus my attention on the boys shared closet. It was in desperate need of some organization, decluttering, and storage solutions. I can't tell you how many times my boys couldn't find a soccer cleat or shin guard because of the mess in the bottom of their closet.

It was time to pull everything out and assess the situation head on. Without adequate storage their toys, games, shoes, and sports equipment were often thrown about, resulting in a mess. Their closet is a great size for two young boys but as you will see below it wasn't being utilized properly.

Over the next few weeks I will be transforming their closet and sharing the process on how I intend on maximizing it's potential. Look for these posts every Wednesday morning in the month of August, starting next week. Here is how their closet looked before and the stuff I pulled out of it:
I included a picture of the space right outside of their closet that currently houses their small tv and my youngest son's dresser. I intend on designating that area for their toys and games. Come back next week to see my inspiration for their toy storage.

See ya soon!

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  1. I just did this in my kids room. Like you the thought of starting school in a cluttered house is too much!

  2. Looking forward to seeing the closet transformation, both my kids need closet revamps (as do I!) lol :)

  3. Wow that looks extremely overwhelming but it turned out great. Great job!


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