The following story by Noelle Bryant was originally published on the Oh Happy Play blog.
Kid's clothes can pile up quickly, and organizing them seems to be a task just about every parent can relate to. I can't count the number of times my husband would open the girls' dressers and, despite being stockpiled with clothes, it seemed like there was never anything suitable for them to wear. The truth is, they have a lot to wear, but because their clothes were so unorganised, nothing really stood out. It only got worse when we moved the girls into the same room a few months ago to prepare for their new brothers. After a few weeks of that chaos, my OCD eventually caught up to me, and I knew I needed to come up with a better solution: creating a supereasy DIY wardrobe station (with free printables!).
I came up with the idea of creating a dressing station for the girls, and I really love how it turned out. I knew I wanted them each to have their own space with their own set of clothes, and I wanted it to be a space that they could navigate independently. This stems from my love of the Montessori Method, and I try to incorporate those philosophies in our everyday routine. Keep reading for more photos of the DIY wardrobe station that you can easily re-create in your home!