Dress up storage

Organize and display your child's dress up clothes with these creative storage solutions. Find ideas to keep costumes tidy and easily accessible for endless imaginative play.
Diy, Sewing, Storage Ideas, Dress Up Storage, Storage Solutions, Cube Organizer, Storage, Diy Dress, Organization

Since my last post about our girls’ playroom, I have had lots of comments and questions about our dress up storage solution. I saw something similar to this on Pinterest several years ago, and it’s worked great for us since. We simply took a 3×3 cube organizer that we already had in Raley’s nursery, removed […]

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Diana Hairr
Montessori, Dress Up Storage, Toddler Playroom, Toddler Girl Room, Toddler Dress Up, Toddler Room, Dress Up Corner, Toddler Bedrooms, Toddler Bedroom Girl

Brad just finished up this super cute dress-up storage wardrobe closet for a local family. It turned out so adorable, so I wanted to share the plans including cut list and assembly diagram with you all in case anyone else wanted to make one for their littles. Dress-up play is one of your girls favorite activities! We love having a dress-up wardrobe to keep all of their dress-up play stuff in one place. This particular one with its scalloped details and rose gold accents is sure to make any…

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Vanessa Wickert
Home, Shared Room, Bedroom Storage, House Tours, California Homes, Storage Bench With Baskets, Dress Up Area, Ikea Kids

Name: Shannon and Mike Parry, Asha (5) and Bodan (1) Location: Mar Vista — Los Angeles, California Size: 990 square feet Years lived in: Owned 5 years Walking into Shannon and Mike’s Mar Vista home is a unique experience of high design coupled with sustainable functionality; a rare combo that Shannon pulls off effortlessly. Shannon runs the Sustainable City Program for the city of Santa Monica and Mike is a cinematographer/filmmaker.

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A Happily Designed Life
Inspiration, Interior, Decoration, Playroom Organisation, Design, Dress Up Area Playroom, Big Girl Rooms

These days getting my three year old daughter to wear anything that's not a princess dress is a s-t-r-u-g-g-l-e. She is obsessed with playing dress up and we've got the costumes to prove it! After moving her decrepit dresser to the curb and streamlining her closet to accommodate all her clothes, we were left with a small space that I knew would be perfect for creating a little dress up station that wouldn't take up too much of her small room. Here's a look! We used a french return curtain…

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Abi Coote