Just like us, kids have a lot of stuff. And just like us, they may need a little bit of help figuring out how to organize their stuff. It can be especially challenging to organize a kid's closet, since it has to adapt to the way that kid is growing and changing - in a way that encourages her to maintain it herself as much as possible.
Check out these before and afters from real clients - real kids - and their real rooms, organized by Real Life, Organized:
This elementary school-age girl hates to clean her room. A big part of the problem was that nothing had an assigned home - so she didn't know where to put anything. Now everything has a place, she knows where it all goes, and it's all within her reach.
This teen heaped all her belongings on the floor of her closet, and then threw everything out into the room every single time she needed to find anything. Moving her linens into the family linen closet gave her more space, and adding a hanging organizer provided easy visual access to all her folded things.
Organizing a kid's closet can help teach them early on the value of having an organized space.
They'll feel secure because they'll be able to see and to find all of their treasures. They'll feel empowered because they can do more maintaining of their space themselves. And, they'll feel the calm and peace of an organized space.