The Right Closet Organizer for Your Teen
See how the right closet organizer can be seriously life-changing for you and your teens. While it's natural for kids to want to stock up on revolving fashions and test out accessories, you still need a place to put all these looks. Shop for closet organizer sets that encourage plenty of experimentation, both when it comes to pulling together the perfect outfit and putting it all away neatly on laundry days, when company comes or once everyone is dressed. Make it fun with fresh colours, smart solutions and creative input from your teenagers.
What Are Closet Organizers?
Closet organizers are storage solutions made specifically for keeping closets neat, tidy and easy to use. With a variety of options, you and your children can streamline everyone's clothing, accessory and shoe collections.
- The most basic closet element is the hanging rod. This is the bar that nearly every closet already has. If you're redoing the entire closet, this is a good time to replace yours with a clean white or metallic-finish one.
- Make space for folded stacks of clothing, like t-shirts or sweaters that may be made of delicate fabrics that would show hanger marks. Canvas sweater organizers hook over rods with hook-and-loop tabs.
- Create a double rod scenario when you add a combination piece, like a tab-hung sweater organizer or other cubbies that contain a rod underneath to hang skirts, shorts or tees.
- Shoes get their own place with envelope hangers, over-the-door storage or rolling racks that fit under beds or on closet floors.
What's New in Closet Storage Solutions
While many closets have space for bins, boxes or baskets, the storage solutions available right now include creative takes on accessing everything your teen needs to get ready for the day. These organizers are high-style and high-design with all the pockets, tabs, visible pouches and hanging elements you could want.
- Check out fresh accessory organizers. Teens can use these hanging pocket systems for jewellery, sports bands, hair ties, sunglasses and more.
- Soft bins take up less space than before. They're lighter, easier to move around or stash and come with labels so you can put away out of season clothes or sports uniforms.
- Rolling storage carts let teens move things around their room as needed. These can live inside a closet or you can place them near a door or bed, like a dresser, depending on the height you choose.
Plan your teens closet together to make the most of the experience and ensure your closet organizer choices meet everyone's needs. In a matter of an afternoon, you can revamp their closet for an amazing new look.