Baby’s Closet in a Cupboard

The poor fifth kid. She’s been kicked to the cupboard. Well her closet has at least! This was my 1 day cupboard to baby girl closet make-over. The picture quailty is lacking, and the details are still being worked out, but I thought I’d throw the idea out there to all of you who have many people in a house and are seriously lacking closet space!
First I gave the entire cupboard a coat of white paint!
Secondly,  I took the shelves out and added this spring-loaded curtain rod.
Third, I added 4 coat hooks to the back and sides of the closet (I think I found them in the Target $1 area for $2.50.
I found these pink baskets at Target for $2.50/basket. They hold bottles, safety devices, and lotions/shampoos.
I added a $1 store mirror and some ribbon to hang flowers and elastic headbands on…..ok, I might have went a little overboard on making flowers, but she’s so blad….they are just precious on her!

Covered push-pin boards with a picture, foot print and other accesories. I eventually would like to get/make some cute push-pins!

This sliver pail holds other elastic headbands.

I used some gray patterned contact paper for the bottom. I love this contact paper. I wish I could find more!

I’m using this paper to line the drawers with.

I somehow erased the picture that had the bottom part of the cupboard. Luckily there are 4 drawers underneath to hold shirts, pants, blankets, ect…

 

This are stacked pedistal bowls that hold her shoes and socks.

This is in a hallway, so it’s hard to take decent pics, but you get the just of it :)
–Katie

Comments

  1. I worried you were going to leave out the stacked pedestal bowls-my favorite! anlthough I do really like the contact paper too.

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