Find and coordinate your wardrobe at a glance. Hanging clothes, shoes, and bags are ready to be mixed and matched, while the built-in dresser and cabinet keeps casual attire or accessories organized.
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Las Vegas Reach-In Closets
Find and coordinate your wardrobe at a glance. Hanging clothes, shoes, and bags are ready to be mixed and matched, while the built-in dresser and cabinet keeps casual attire or accessories organized. Modern storage needs are interpreted with traditional style in this reach-in closet. Thoughtful details like pivoting pullout racks bring belts and ties within reach.
Take Baby Steps
Lower The Bar
Try a walk around the room on your knees (or better yet, enlist your 12-year old). From this perspective, you’ll soon find out what’s hard to reach. Make it easy for your kids to pick up after playtime or hang up a sweater by lowering hooks, bars and shelves. Stepstools can help, but for safety and ease, lower is better. Consider doubling up on clothing bars-one low and within your child’s reach, the other higher for special clothes requiring your help.
A well-organized space saves you time, money and stress. It can also provide the perfect opportunity to teach about giving and sharing. As you organize, invite your child to think about which toys are favorites—and which could be given away to become the favorites of a little boy or girl who has less.
Keep It Safe
eliminate monster hiding places
label and teach
Show your kids where things are supposed to go with picture and word labels. Books. Blocks. Pants. Pajamas. While you build good habits, you can help kids make meaningful connections between words, illustrations and actual objects.
express without mess
gather and show
avoid sticky situations
Despite your best-laid plans, jelly, crayon or gum will inevitably enter the picture. Choose surfaces that wipe clean and resist stains.