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Pocket Closets… how to maximize your space!

Even the smaller closets in your home deserve to be functional and worthy of envy.  Often referred to as “reach-in” or “pocket” closets, these smaller spaces can be quite versatile if you let them!Usually anywhere from 3 to 8 feet wide with a limited depth of 24 to 30 inches, reach-in closets are commonly found in hallways, kids’ rooms and bedrooms of older homes. These closets were originally designed with a single rod for hanging clothes under a shelf, with return walls that can limit access inside. But these days a wide variety of products allow you to create a more efficient space with numerous storage opportunities.

We offer numerous accessory options to add to these pocket closets to transform them into usable spaces that will save you time & energy each day. Adding drawers to this space is one way to immediately allow for a much greater efficiency in your closet. These drawers can allow you to have your socks and undergarments right there, making getting ready in the morning infinitely faster. It also can reduce or even eliminate the need for a large dresser, which can choke an already small room.
We also recommend that our clients add pull-down wardrobes for a more efficient hanging system for folded pants, skirts, jackets and other like items to gain space in this kind of closet.
Lastly, for reach-in closets with traditional hinged doors, you can increase storage by adding hooks or over door racks and pockets to the back of the door for things like keys and shoes. In some of our projects, we actually replace the hinged door with sliding doors (like barn doors) in order to conserve even more space!

Baby Closet Organization Ideas

You’ve been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

Organize by Size

Infants go through sizes at lightning speed. Which makes organizing their clothes a special situation. Homedit suggests you section the clothes.

First things first, sort through your baby’s clothes. From Newborn to 12 months, you’ll need to grab some closet dividers and get started placing each onesie and outfit into the right spot. This will make it easier for mom to find the right sizes and make it so you use all those gorgeous outfits before baby outgrows them!

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

We recommend hanging as much as you can. It’s much easier to see what you have when the items are hung by size in the closet. Once clothing gets put in a drawer it can easily get covered or shoved to the back. You don’t want to miss out on some of your favorite outfits because you can’t see them!

Extra Items

Babies come with so many teeny tiny accessories. Bibs, hats, socks, shoes, pacifiers…oh my. A Night Owl Blog suggests adding baskets to drawers to organize those items.

You can use baskets in drawers to make organization easier! I grabbed shallow baskets that are making our top drawer much less of a mess. They’re great for corralling baby socks, hats, lovies and more!

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

Shelf It Up

If you have shelves in your closet you can use them to store a plethora of items. Stuffed animals, blankets, and clothes that are too big or too small. You will be able to find plenty of ways to utilize the shelf space in your baby’s closet.

Shelves are another great place to utilize baskets. They can hold items that are difficult to corral and keep things looking nice and clean. Put larger baskets or bins on the floor to hold stuffed animals or toys. So you know, baskets can hold babies too. All the toys will probably end up on the floor with a baby in the basket. That’s just the way life with children goes.

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

Don’t Forget the Design

Your nursery is the most adorable space in your house. Why shouldn’t the nursery closet be just as lovely? Project Nursery reminds us to remember the design elements when pulling together a nursery closet.

Sleek shelves, full-sized dressers, adorable baskets and bins are accentuated with wallpaper, artwork and even rugs. Watch out teeny tiny baby clothes, you may have trouble competing with these stellar inside-the-closet designs.

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!

 

Let Us Help You Nest the Nursery

When baby is on the way sometimes you just want to delegate the organizational tasks. The designers at Closet Envy can help you take your dream nursery closet from vision to reality. Schedule your free consultation when you are ready to nest the nursery. We’re happy to help!

You've been spending day and night making sure the nursery is ready for your new baby. Now that your friends have showered you with gifts, its time to turn your attention to the closet. Here are our favorite tips for organizing a nursery closet!