Kid’s Closest Organization Hacks | Walmart’s Online Pickup & Delivery

SponsoredThis post is sponsored by Walmart; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Does anyone else get deep into a home project only to find you need more supplies? That was me when I was organizing my son's closet. I didn't purchase enough bins and containers to get the job finished, and I hate dedicating time to something that I can't complete!

Thankfully Walmart's Online Pickup & Delivery allows me to place an order on my app and continue working and get my supplies and groceries for dinner delivered to my front door in just a couple of hours. I love how Walmart offers so many household items besides groceries!

Get Your Items Delivered!

Using the app or grocery.walmart.com is a breeze. I could easily check to see if the closet bins were in stock at our local Walmart, place the order, and choose to pick it up myself or have the items delivered.

If you would prefer to pick the items up yourself, the process is 100% contactless, and the order is loaded directly into your car.

$35 minimum and small delivery fee apply. Pickup and Delivery available in select markets.

Use Containers So Everything Has a Place

Fabric Bins

(These fabric bins are the perfect size for children's closets!)

We absolutely love fabric bins. They keep not-so-pretty items, like diapers, pajamas, and other things that tend to look sloppy on closet shelves, in a nice attractive container that you (and your child) can easily grab.

Clear Containers with Latches

These 15-quart latch containers are the most perfect for storing legos, magnetic blocks, and other small toys. The latches keep the toys contained and prevent little hands from spilling.

Drawer Organizers

(Shop this 6 piece drawer organizer set here)

If your closet has any drawers, this organizer set comes with six pieces and is great for holding underwear, socks, and other little accessories.

Hang Up As Much As You Can

Everyone may not agree with me here, but I find hanging up as much of my son's clothing as I can to be super helpful. We can see at a glance the tops and bottoms we want to create an outfit.

Use a Closet System

Closet systems may be a little pricey, but they are so worth it in the long run when it comes to keeping order in your child's space. The Grow with Me Closet features three open shelves, one drawer, and four open cubbies, perfect for all of our containers.

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What are your favorite organization products for children's rooms and closets? Share in the comments!

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