14 February 2011

Homemade storage solution for dress-up clothes

Dress-up storage

via blogs.babble.com via Design Mom

A lovely, simple way to store dress-up clothes. I'm thinking there's an Ikea hack in here somewhere. Or you could approximate homemade dress-up storage with a rolling laundry organizer. Hm.

Related: Fashion a no-build "closet" out of a curtain rod and a bookshelf

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love this! now to figure out a way to make this appealing to my tween.. because i'm not ready for her to give up dress-up clothes yet. maybe a rock star version....

We totally use a rolling laundry cart for dress-up clothes. It has 3 sections--2 are full of stuffed animals and one has our small collection of dress-up clothes. Works great!

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