It’s a wonder how much space a little bundle of human takes up. It’s not always easy to fit a full-sized kids wardrobe into the room. Here’s an easy way to add a kids clothes rack to the IVAR shelving unit and still have plenty of room to store toys, books and kids stuff.
IKEA items used:
Assemble the shelving unit, leaving space for hanging clothes.
Put the hooks on the shelf, I did not screw them, they quite fit snug.
I hung the rod beneath the shorter IVAR shelf; if you place it on the larger you probably need 3 hooks or the wood dowel may bend.
Measure and cut the wood dowel.
Put a little piece of cardboard on each hook to ensure a snug fit.
Insert the wood dowel and hang the little dresses!
It is a simple and totally reversible little hack. When your little one grows up a little you can simply move the shelf higher.
~ by Giulia
More ideas for kids clothes racks
This EXPEDIT (or KALLAX) works so well in the nursery. Just the right depth for the cute clothes. See how it’s done here.
This LACK shelf dressed up with a rod and curtains becomes a dress up station.
When baby outgrows the changing table, hack it into the a toddler’s mini closet. Lots of space for hanging clothes, shoes and storage bins beneath.