Parents know every little girl would love to have the closet of a princess. Rows and rows of beautiful gowns, cubby holes for "treasures" and special slots for shoes and other accessories would all be in order. If you want to create your own version of Cinderella's closet for your little one, the effort will be well worth the results.
A well-organized closet for a little princess can really help Mom and Dad eliminate some mess in their little one's room as well. So diving in to the project not only will make the princess happy, but the parents as well.
There are two ways to go with a closet redesign, both are effective, but one will depend on how much work you're willing to undertake yourself. There are closet experts that can turn any ordinary closet into a masterpiece. The other option is to go it alone and create a plan to make ordinary closet space extraordinary.
For those who want to tackle the job on their own, here are some ideas to get started:
* Examine the space available. Obviously, a walk-in closet will present a few more possibilities than a small one, but that doesn't mean even a small closet can't present some serious storage abilities.
* Determine what will need to go in the closet. Of course, this will also depend on the size of the closet, but in general, clothes, shoes, accessories and even toys may be stored in a little closet for a little princess.
* Decide upon the types of materials you'd like to work with. There are plastic pre-made cubes and hangers just right for transforming an ordinary closet into a great one. Wood products can also be specially made by a person who is a little more handy.
* Measure out the desired spaces for hanging clothes, a shoe rack and even shelving for sweaters or toys. If the closet is particularly large, a chest with a seat may serve for helping your little one get dressed and double as toy storage, too.
To truly create a closet that rivals that of a princess, think interesting storage possibilities. This includes small chests with drawers for jewelry and accessories and very visible hanging areas for party dresses, shirts and pants.
Have fun in the process and be certain to save enough room for clothes. Shirts and sweaters don't have to be hung up, instead they can go in drawers or on shelves as can jeans and shoes, too, if this makes more sense for your dream closet.
Turning a little girl's closet into a room that's fit for a princess doesn't have to cost a lot of money either. If a plan is worked out, the process can be done piecemeal. Start with what you can afford and go from there.
Once done, make sure your little one understands she now has her own version of "Cinderella's Closet." Show her where things go and why. If possible, include a mirror for playing dress up and with a little luck your princess will help keep her closet and her whole room a little better organized.
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