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An Organized Child's Closet Too Cute for Words

Created on Jun 13, 2014
Child's Stuffed Animal
We love this kid's closet designed by pro organizer, Amanda LeBlanc. It's one of our favorites because it is simple, yet incredibly sweet. 

Here's a tip from Amanda: "Using curtains instead of doors for a closet is a great way to open up your space! Curtains allow for easier access and they look precious in this child's nursery!"

An organized kid's closet too cute for wordsOrganized Living Classica Custom Closet | Design by The Amandas

What is your best organizing tip for keeping a kid's closet tidy? Share your advice in the comments please. 

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