Browse photos of sophisticated boy’s closet styles and trends… For younger boys, dressers are a viable option for storing clothing. A rod might be used to hang jackets and pants. However, smaller boys usually don’t require multiple rods, such as girls with dresses and other ensembles require. Bins and boxes are also very ideal for male closets to organize books, toys, and games accordingly. Plastic colorful ones are inexpensive and fun. Other bins can be made out of wood or wicker for a more masculine look.
Boys closet for Toys
While clothing storage is the main function of an adult’s closet, kids’ closets also need space for toys, sporting equipment, art supplies and more. In this boy’s closet by ClosetMaid, cubby-style shelves are perfect for storing soccer balls, football helmets and other gear.
A Practical Pick
Ideal for kids’ closets, wire racks are affordable, durable and easy to rearrange as your children grow. Rubbermaid offers closet systems with expanding shelves and telescoping rods to fit practically any space.
Space Planning for boys closet
Kids’ rooms often have shallow reach-in closets, so it’s important to configure your closet system to make the most of the space. A double-tiered hanging system paired with drawers and shelves is a great way to maximize space in a boy’s closet. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid.
Stylish baby nursery closet
While more expensive than wire racks, laminate or wood closet organizers are aesthetically pleasing and available in a variety of finishes. In this boy’s nursery by ClosetMaid, white laminate shelves and drawers complement the room’s color scheme and provide plenty of storage space for diapers, bottles and other necessities.
With the right materials, a boy’s closet can be just as mature as an adult’s closet. Designed by Wellborn Cabinet, Inc., this maple shelving system with a sienna stain adds a sophisticated touch to a boy’s bedroom. Wooden cubbies provide an attractive way to store shoes and hats.